In the tundra's quiet, unburdened by the chaos of technology, CMarie listens to the wind over the lichens and reflects on the word "rawah," which her ancestors, the Ute, spoke: "wild place."
This episode takes place on Eastern Shoshone and Cheyenne homelands.
Host and Writer: CMarie Fuhrman
Field Recordist: Jacob Job
Outdoor audio recorded in the Rawah Wilderness in Colorado
Editor: Erin Jones
Producers: Rebekah Romberg, Kibwe Cooper
Art: Maria Juliana Pinzón
Executive Producer: Brad Turner
Additional Editorial Support: Jo Erickson, Luis Antonio Perez, Emily Williams
Thanks also to Jodi Gersh, Clara Shelton, Arielle Wilson, Martin Skavish and Jon Pinnow
Terra Firma is a production of Colorado Public Radio's Audio Innovations Studio.
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