The healing properties of the Great Outdoors (ft. Braxton McCoy)

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“You need to occasionally untether from the world and just experience yourself. And not just yourself, but like experience yourself in a place where you’re insignificant, which is the important part. And that only happens in the outdoors. Like one time said that on Twitter. I was talking about this with somebody and I just said that through all these sort of materialist minded people. I’ve never seen mountains scattered across a pile of bones, you know, but I’ve seen the inverse a million times. And you know, it might sound silly and overly, like, maybe even too flowery, but I really think it’s important to to spend time in a place that God made. And it’s not just because it humbles you. It does that, but also because it reveals what creation really is and what your role in that is.” — Veteran, author and storyteller Braxton McCoy

In Episode 264 of District of Conservation, Gabriella discusses how listeners can attend the upcoming Stop 30-by-30 summit in Lincoln, Nebraska, and her interview with author and storyteller, Braxton McCoy.

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  • Gabriella Hoffman is a Media Strategist and Award-Winning Outdoor Writer. She hosts the "District of Conservation" podcast and CFACT's original YouTube series "Conservation Nation." Learn more about her work at

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