I'm super stoked to be featured in the new story, "Running in the Age of Climate Change" by Rhiannon Russell in the November/December issue of Candian Running Magazine. The article (not yet on Canadian Running's website, but shown below) highlights the ways that a number of runners engage climate change on a range of levels. … Continue reading “Running In the Age of Climate Change” — Article
With the transition from the spring to summer semesters here at Sterling College, the trails have dried out, the sun rises earlier, and it's been easier to find a few more hours in the week to focus on training. The Sterling running team has started 5:00 am summer practices three times each week, which has helped … Continue reading Goals
I'm super excited to announce that Climate Run: Arctic Trail gear is now available in the Atayne Climate Run store! Not only do proceeds from the sales go directly to support the record attempt at the 500-mile Arctic Trail in August, and not only are the shirts made from 100% recycled polyester by the … Continue reading New Shirts and Swag from Atayne!
The GoFundMe page for Climate Run: Arctic Trail has launched!!! I'm excited to be moving forward with planning for the Arctic Trail run, but I really can't do it without everyone's support. Please check out the campaign page for more details and donate if you can. Thanks so much!
I was honored to give talks about Climate Run: Iceland at both Sterling College and at the Whitney Center in Jackson, NH over the past month -- with great conversations and new ideas at every turn! While continuing to talk about Iceland and my upcoming 2017 Arctic Trail Run in Scandinavia, I've been ramping up … Continue reading local steps & global reach
Who doesn't love stickers? 🙂 You can get some cool, bright, all-weather stickers *and* support the 2017 Climate Run: Arctic Trail at the same time! I'll send you one for only $3 -- Just click here. If you want more than one (they make great holiday gifts!), then just add $1 -- or more 🙂 … Continue reading CR 2017: Arctic Trail — Stickers!!!
I've had a couple of terrific experiences with students over the past few weeks-- from teaching a two-week intensive class titled Resilience, Complexity, and Flow at Sterling College--to meeting with hundreds of students at Cannon School in Concord, NC last week. Each of these gave me a chance to have some powerful and important conversations about what it means … Continue reading Always learning: lessons from students
Den längsta resan är resan inåt. -Dag Hammarskjöld I talked about Climate Run: Iceland this morning with about thirty middle school students at the Albany Community School here in Vermont. Among the questions they asked during and after my slideshow was "what was your favorite part?" I … Continue reading What’s Next…?
Five days into the New Year (and barely a week into "winter" here in the Northeastern U.S.) and I'm starting to adjust to a new training routine that balances running and skiing (and gym workouts) with all the other parts of family & work life. For example, I couldn't get out to start my long … Continue reading Top Ten!
Over the past couple of months, I have been giving Climate Run: Iceland presentations around Vermont and the eastern U.S -- from talks at Burlington, Vermont's The Outdoor Gear Exchange, Mount Mansfield Nordic Ski Club, to a standing-room-only audience at The Catamount Trail Association, and to a packed auditorium at the Hathaway Brown School in Cleveland, Ohio. It's always exciting to … Continue reading Resonance