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Cutting through the noise - one episode at a time. Nature Reliance School was founded in 2006 with the goal of helping people feel safer and have a more enjoyable time outside. Sometimes that looks like an edible plants course, other times a man tracking course for the military. Our podcast is no different. We will cover many topics, with the end-goal being to educate, excite, or enrich your time in the great outdoors. Let us know what you think of our podcast at podcast@naturereliance.org.
 
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What is a Wazoo and what does it mean? Join Craig as he interviews the founders of Wazoo Survival. We will find out more about the name, the products they offer, and their incredibly unique backgrounds (one of them was a rocket scientist, sort of) that brought them together. Great story of determination and work that goes into American business suc…
 
Zach Obront is one of the Co-Founders at Scribe Media, a company that helps experts turn their ideas into books. In 2019 Scribe was listed as one of the best places to work for. In this episode we’ll be getting into Zach’s journey in founding Scribe, nearly starting his own high school, and finally one of his latest Web3 projects in the crypto worl…
 
This 4 part series offers some help to those interested in getting started in self-defense. He follows the model, familiar to NRS regulars, of Mindset, Skills, Tactics, and Gear. Suffice it to say, as the title implies, that self-defense is self-reliance get yourself some training somewhere. Craig shares his experiences on what to look for to make …
 
Mark Merriwether Vorderbruggen is an absolute wealth of information on edible and medicinal plants. He is not just a casual part-time plants guy, he is living breathing edible and medicinal plants PhD. His research and formulations are at the heart of Medicine Man Plant Co that taps back into the most ancient of cultures and brings the wealth of in…
 
This 4 part series offers some help to those interested in getting started in self-defense. He follows the model, familiar to NRS regulars, of Mindset, Skills, Tactics, and Gear. Suffice it to say, as the title implies, that self-defense is self-reliance get yourself some training somewhere. Craig shares his experiences on what to look for to make …
 
Jim Cobb is one of the most well-respected and even-tempered individuals in the Disaster Readiness/Survival Community. He is editor-in-chief of two incredibly popular magazines in this space, author of several books, and has been a great mentor and friend to Craig. He and Craig discuss disaster planning and readiness, writing on the topics, his lat…
 
There are pros and cons to social media, but it’s all about how you use it that makes the difference. In this episode Adee Cazayoux joins the podcast to talk about her journey in choosing to get off of social media, including what led her to finally make this decision, and what it’s like after you quit. There are some interesting parallels that I t…
 
Craig takes a much-needed right turn towards Urban Survival in this podcast. With natural and man-made disasters happening quite frequently, there are varied needs for those in large cities. Mr. Tony Torre is uniquely positioned to discuss these issues. Living through several disasters in Florida, and teaching Urban Survival, gives him some insight…
 
Welcome back to another episode of The Michael Caz Podcast. Joining me this week is my wife Adee Cazayoux. Today, we’re talking about our favorite annual review and goal setting process. This is something we’ve implemented a few years back and we’ve have been hooked ever since. In this episode we’ll be getting into why we do this every year, the st…
 
ESEE Knives and Randall Adventure Training are synonymous with serious blades and training. Craig was pleased to sit down and talk to Marketing Director/Utility Player, Mr. Shane Adams. Shane is uniquely positioned to talk about the victories and challenges of working with this crew. He has an intellectual intensity that is rivaled only by his love…
 
Craig has been fortunate to train a significant number of first responders on the federal, state, and local levels. Considering the recent tornado event that happened in Kentucky, he shares 7 simple, yet critical things we can do before the next event happens. ===== Let us know what you think by sending us a message: podcast@naturereliance.org ====…
 
Chris Williamson is the host of the Modern Wisdom Podcast, where his conversations help us explore how to make sense of the world and each other. In this episode we’re covering a fews topics including how to find your soulmate and what it means to “turn pro”. Be sure to check out his show for more thought provoking conversations! Resources from the…
 
Craig sat down with Mr. Joe Lacefield, Regional Wildlife Biologist, for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife to discuss science and myth surrounding several species of wildlife. Lots to take in but in summary, we talked about grouse population, deer rut activity (several surprises here), wild turkey and elk restoration, and...you better bel…
 
Today's episode has Craig and Tracy discussing survival hacks. Why people are attracted to them and should they be used. Let us know what you think by sending us a message: podcast@naturereliance.org ===== Follow us at www.naturereliance.org ===== Support: Shop our affiliation companies by obtaining discount codes here Subscribe to our newsletter f…
 
Craig recently taught some material to a large military unit. If you have ever been around military personnel, you know they love acronyms. In this podcast, he goes over some acronyms that NRS uses in our teaching and one really sharp new one that was picked up from another podcast. Put these to use in the way that best helps you! Great Podcast her…
 
Jason Nemer is the cofounder of the AcroYoga International, a movement practice that combines the balance and connection of yoga, with the fitness and intensity of acrobatics, as well as the holistic healing power of physical therapy. In today’s episode Jason talks about the core principles of acroyoga; movement, connection, and playfulness, and ho…
 
Craig is more than pleased to interview Mr. Les Stroud. There is no one like him. Filmmaker, musician, survival teacher he is these things and so much more. In this interview, Les talks about the differences in shooting video when he started vs. now, his music and the role it plays in his life AND survival situations (that discussion is surprising)…
 
Craig and Tracy discuss varying topics such as preserving the culture, legal necessities, clothing, weapons, field dressing, process, and recipes among many other topics. Craig lends his many years of experience to all of these topics including what works best for him over the years. Let us know what you think by sending us a message: podcast@natur…
 
Lucas Krump is the co-founder of EVRYMAN, a company that helps men live fuller and more connected lives, through meet-ups and retreats, with one mission; to tap into the collective wisdom of every man in order to connect, grow, learn, and help promote men’s wellness. In today’s episode we’re talking about the importance of connectedness in the male…
 
In this podcast, Craig shares a very personal account of a recent health scare and some of the tips he used to overcome it. We hope it offers you some insight into how you can overcome problems that might come your way like being lost in a wilderness, health scares, or even relationship issues. Setting your mind to the task at hand is critical Let …
 
Charlie Hoehn is the author of Play For A Living as well as the advisor for Tim Ferris, Tucker Max, and Ramit Sethi. In today’s episode Charlie is here to talk about the power of play and how implementing play into your life and career can lead to better performance. What you’ll learn: The power of play How to increase productivity How to find more…
 
It has been a frustrating week as an educator seeing the garbage going viral on social media that can bring harm to people. In this podcast Craig and Tracy break down THREE viral sensations and why they are not worth your time in doing. Links mentioned in the podcast NPR Article: https://www.npr.org/2021/10/26/1049252333/lost-hiker-mount-elbert-col…
 
We have a GREAT interview with Tim as he shares some great insight from teaching, living in Alaska, and consulting for survival-related TV shows. This is one you don't want to miss. Tim's Website here: http://jackmtn.com/ Let us know what you think by sending us a message: podcast@naturereliance.org ===== Follow us at www.naturereliance.org ===== S…
 
In this interview, Craig sits down with Rob Cabrera of Filo Blades. Lots of people have seen Craig's EDC blade through magazine articles, social media, or classes. Rob is the guy who built it. He is also the guy who humbles Craig regularly with this knife fight training capabilities. Let us know what you think by sending us a message: podcast@natur…
 
Lauren Walsh is the founder of the Global Sisterhood, a community teaching women how to hold space for healing. In today’s episode Lauren shares her experiences with facilitating deep, transformational discussions within her family and friend groups and the impact it’s had on her life. Tune in to learn more about how you can start hosting women’s c…
 
In this podcast, we dig into why anyone who enjoys wildlife should thank a hunter or shooter. It has a lot to do with the conservation, the PR Act, and the DJ Act. If you don't know what those are, you should, and that is why this podcast was put together! Thanks for joining us! Details of PR Act: fws.gov/laws/lawsdigest/fawild.html Details of DJ A…
 
Brian Sanders is a filmmaker and the creator of the Food Lies, a documentary about what humans are supposed to eat, where we went wrong and what we can do to fix it. In today’s episode Brian share his experience living with an African tribe and what he’s learned from nutritional and lifestyle standpoint. What you’ll learn: Eating for longevity Bein…
 
In this podcast, Craig walks us through a favorite topic of his. The "Sit Spot", an exercise in mindfulness, is an excellent way that stand and blind hunters have utilized for expanded awareness in the outdoors. This is a great way to gather more information on the areas spend time in. It will serve to help you develop both your awareness and your …
 
Some of you may hear Nature Reliance School alumni refer to themselves as "one of the weirdos" or you may see one of them with a "Bunch of Weirdos" sticker on their water bottle. You may have also wondered what the heck are we talking about. Listen to this podcast for the backstory. It is a small look into how some people view outdoors training and…
 
Heath Diekert is the frontman of The Diekert Group, where he helps CEOs and business owners grow and experience positive changes in their personal and professional lives. In today’s episode Heath shares some of his unique techniques that will help you stay focused on your goal, avoid “drift”, as well as the greatest self-awareness tool I’ve ever co…
 
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