Produced by Stephen Maly and Jeanie Warden of Helena Civic Television, this video offers a snapshot of what you might experience on one our philosophy walks. Featuring guest speakers Ed Glowienka and Shane Doyle, this walk took place on Sunday, September 9th 2018 on Merlin Nature Preserve and Little Falcon Farm, and was part of our 3-part series on the environment, ethics & stewardship.
Thank you to the Helena Civic Television crew for joining us on our outing, capturing such beautiful footage, and adding such heart-warming commentary !
Thank you so much to Sarah Elkins of Elkins Consulting for inviting us to be podcast guests on the Your Stories Don’t Define You, How You Tell Them Will show. In this interview, “Between Your ‘Why’ and Your ‘How’ Are Your Stories,” Sarah helps us bring to light some of the inspirations behind Merlin, things that make us laugh, why holding room for space is important, and the beautiful symphony that is the Helena community.
Thank you so much to Troy Shockley and Newsradio 95 KCAP Helena for inviting us back on their Morning Coffee Show to talk shop about some of our philosophy in the community, including some things we have on the radar for 2019!
We are thrilled to announce that our program, “Philosophy: What Is It Good For?”, has been selected as a Montana Conversations program by Humanities Montana for 2019.
We are thrilled to have had the opportunity to be interviewed by the Helena Independent Record about our 3-part philosophy symposium series on the environment, ethics & stewardship, the first of which will take place on Sept. 20th 2018 and will focus on philosophical issues and perspectives related to public vs. private lands & rights and responsibilities.
Thank you so much to Troy Shockley and Newsradio 95 KCAP Helena for inviting us to be guests on their Morning Coffee Show to talk about philosophy in the community and some of the awesome things we have on the radar for the rest of this year!
We are very honored to have been selected as a grant recipient by Humanities Montana for our 2018-2019 Philosophy Symposium-Walk Series “The Environment, Ethics & Stewardship.” Humanities Montana is an independent, nonprofit affiliate organization of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) that provides support for educational and cultural public…
We are so grateful to Stephen Maly & the crew at Helena Civic Television (HCTV) for inviting us into their studio to talk about philosophy in the community! This video highlights our time together, some of the things our organization does in the community, and things on the near horizon…