Hello, Nature host, Misha Euceph, didn’t know about the National Parks until she turned 21. But after an experience in Joshua Tree and watching 12 hours of Ken Burns' The National Parks: America's Best Idea, she sets out on a road trip in her Subaru Outback to answer the question: if the Parks are public, aren’t they supposed to be for everyone? In this podcast, she goes out to see America and tell a new story of our National Parks.
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Misha is a Pakistani-American writer, podcast host and producer, on a mission to make things that inspire awe. She’s the founder and CEO of Dustlight Productions and Ad Week’s 2019 Producer of the Year. She recently hosted and executive produced season two of “Tell Them, I Am” presented by Higher Ground Audio and Spotify and produced by Dustlight. The series is about the small defining moments in our lives – the voices are all Muslim; the stories are universal. She is also the EP on Renegades: Born in the USA and The Michelle Obama Podcast and previously made The Big One: Your Survival Guide, and Beginner.
Her production company, Dustlight Productions, is a mission-driven audio production and training house. They make shows for and with awesome people and train those who want to push the boundaries of the medium and tell beautiful stories.
The all-new 2022 Subaru Outback Wilderness
Subaru owners have always loved the national parks, that's why Subaru has been working hard to help conserve them. Subaru first partnered in support of the parks over 20 years ago to help educate visitors on reducing their environmental impact through Subaru's partnership with Leave No Trace. Subaru went on to become a premier sponsor of the National Park Service Centennial Celebration. And now, Subaru is the largest corporate supporter of the National Park Foundation. In total, Subaru has provided more than $68 million dollars to help fund efforts such as recycling, composting and waste reduction operations.