WEAVING A COFFIN

April Stone, an Ojibwe basketmaker, revives a lost tradition in her community just in time for climate change to extinguish it.

Originally produced for Wisconsin Public Radio.

photo credit: Georgia Cloepfil

photo credit: Georgia Cloepfil

THE SHAPE OF A DREAM

An American soccer player in a South Korean league explores the sacrifices she and her teammates make to play the game and the difference in what a livable wage means to them.

A version of this story appeared on NPR’s Only A Game.

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PLAYING THE VIOLIN LIKE A CELLO

2016 Tiny Desk Concert Winner Gaelynn Lea collaborated with middle schoolers on a concert that became something much more.

Originally produced for Wyoming Public Radio.

Photo by Olivia Norrmen-Smith

Photo by Olivia Norrmen-Smith

DARYL’S MENAGERIE

Why does one woman dedicate her life to being with others during death?

Originally produced for the Salt Institute of Documentary Studies Story Archive; versions of this story also aired on Lenny Says and WHYY’s The Pulse.

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YOU ARE SAFE TO COME HERE

An epic road trip goes from being a man’s adventure to a mission to make public lands more accessible for others.

Originally produced for the out•LAND•ish Podcast.

Photo by Paul Steklanski

Photo by Paul Steklanski

 

DOGS ON A PLANE

When a man learns to fly, he takes on some unusual co-pilots.

Originally produced for the HumaNature Podcast from Wyoming Public Media.