On Moose River Farm with Anne Phinney (017)

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For 25 years, Anne Phinney was a teacher who believed firmly in the power of connecting with animals to influence kids' empathy, compassion, and ideas about teamwork. For all her life, she's been crazy about horses! She now spends full days living her dream on Moose River Farm in the Adirondack Woods with her husband Rod, caring for a menagerie of horses, goats, llamas, chickens, geese, tortoises, dogs, and a pot-bellied pig. Today, she offers llama treks as well as sessions in equi-reflection, providing opportunities for people to learn from and with horses in deep ways. We discuss all of that and more during the 2018 Thanksgiving Special.

Anne with llamas Adonis, Bravo, Stormy, Bluff, and Majik

Anne with llamas Adonis, Bravo, Stormy, Bluff, and Majik

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Jason Grant is a dear friend and former colleague back in Jersey. His guitar playing has now inspirited three episodes of the podcast, and I’m looking forward to many more.

Jason Grant is a dear friend and former colleague back in Jersey. His guitar playing has now inspirited three episodes of the podcast, and I’m looking forward to many more.

Buy Anne’s book, Finding My Way to Moose River Farm (2013), slot a llama trek, schedule a visit, open right up!

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