Amy Martin

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  • Username: AuricleProductions
  • PRX Member
  • Role: Producer/Reporter: Independent

Recent Pieces from Amy Martin

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S01 Bonus Episode (29:03)
From: Amy Martin

A few last bison stories before we turn our gaze to the north!
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S01 Episode 07: Oh Give Me A Home (29:44)
From: Amy Martin

In the final episode of season one of Threshold, listeners will encounter pearls of wisdom from youth who have grown up with bison in their midst, and take a trip to the ...
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S01 Episode 06: Territory Folks Should All Be Pals (29:00)
From: Amy Martin

Visit the American Prairie Reserve, a conservation project in the heart of Montana that could eventually be home to 10,000 bison. The vision is to stitch together 3.5 million ...
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S01 Episode 05: Heirs to the Most Glorious Heritage (29:00)
From: Amy Martin

In 1908, the National Bison Range was created by carving 18,000 acres out of Montana's Flathead Reservation. Now, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says it is willing to ...
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S01 Episode 04: Tatanka Oyate (29:00)
From: Amy Martin

In episode four of Threshold, we meet Robbie Magnan of the Fort Peck Tribes. He believes his community can prosper in the future by reconnecting with their roots as the ...
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S01 Promos (10:47)
From: Amy Martin

Radio promos for Threshold Season 01
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S01 Episode 03: Born Free (29:00)
From: Amy Martin

Many cattle ranchers view wild bison as a threat to their livelihoods. But some think cattle and bison can coexist. On episode three of Threshold, you'll meet two cattle ...
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S01 Episode 02: The Red Man Was Pressed (29:01)
From: Amy Martin

How did we go from more than 50 million wild bison to just 23 free-roaming animals? And how does the decimation of the herds relate to the oppression of Native Americans? ...
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S01 Episode 01: For the Benefit and Enjoyment of the People (29:00)
From: Amy Martin

Yellowstone National Park is where we saved the American bison from extinction. But each year, we slaughter hundreds of animals from this prized herd. Why?
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S01 Preview (05:45)
From: Amy Martin

Can the U.S. ever have wild, free-roaming bison again? Should we? Threshold podcast dives deep into the history of the American bison to understand who we are, where we've ...