Entries by Dayna Reggero

women make their mark in the environmental sciences

Thanks to the Asheville Citizen Times for including me in their feature: Women make their mark in the environmental sciences by Karen Chavez with inspiring women Melissa Williams of the Sierra Club, Katie Hicks of Clean Water for NC, Sheryl Bryan with the U.S. Forest Service, and local leader Judy Mattox. From the article: When Dayna Reggero is […]

climate listening project: national mom series

That’s a wrap!! Nationwide – Clean Air Moms Action, in partnership with the Climate Listening Project, has travelled the country collecting stories from moms speaking out to protect little lungs from harmful air pollution that leads to bad air quality in too many communities across the United States. These moms share with viewers how the […]

wild & scenic film festival

~This is my first film festival and a big milestone for our collaborative Climate Listening Project!~ 2016 Wild & Scenic Film Festival at Sierra Nevada September 1, 2016 MountainTrue‘s 2016 Wild & Scenic Film Festival is sold out, with 400 people planning to attend and enjoy the best short-form nature, wilderness and outdoor adventure films. […]

butterflies effect video with j.kwest

This new Butterflies Effect video features a spoken word piece by Rev. Julian DeShazier aka J.Kwest – it premiered to nearly 4,000 young people at the United Christian Church National Youth Event (Believe NYE) in Orlando and was released online via churches and interfaith groups across the United States. Produced by Dayna Reggero and the […]

#iamthebolala – july 27

Southern forests are truly magical. But, Southern Forests are rapidly being destroyed. Since 1996, the Dogwood Alliance has worked to protect Southern Forests, transforming the forest management practices of some of the largest corporations on Earth. Now, they are collaborating with individuals, communities, and groups throughout the South and around the world to bring attention […]

roosevelt-ashe conservation awards

I’m honored to be a 2015 Roosevelt-Ashe Outstanding Conservationist Top Nominee. The prestigious Roosevelt-Ashe Conservation Awards recognizes and honors leaders from across the South for their work in conservation during the previous year. Congratulations to all the the folks recognized – thanks for all you do; thanks to the selection committee folks; and thanks to […]

hyundai elantra eco in asheville

Recently, my friend Seth Leitman and I met up in Asheville on his Green Living Guy Book Tour. Hyundai Motor Manufacturing in Alabama set him up with a brand new 2017 Hyundai Elantra Eco as part of their big #ElantraEco launch / eco-trailblazer road trip. We drove around downtown and I shared that Asheville is […]

asheville bee city

I’ve been following climate connectors–a bird we love, the food we eat, our faith, families, and businesses–and sharing hopeful conversations on climate and community around the world. Producing the Climate Listening Project has been such a wonderful experience – collaborating with amazing organizations, traveling to beautiful places with great people, meeting new friends, learning about […]

yellowstone, glacier, & yosemite national parks

This year on August 25, 2016, the National Parks Service celebrates 100 years. Over the past year since last August, I have visited Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, Glacier National Park in Montana, and Yosemite National Park in California. Driving the road to the sun through Glacier National Park was beautiful beyond belief. I am […]