SEASON 1 EPISODE 4 “VOICES ON THE PRAIRE WIND”
David Wolf, Director of the Legacy of the Plains Museum, is joined by Eric Grunwald, Lead Interpreter at Scotts Bluff National Monument in Gering, Nebraska, to talk about the history and relevance of the Scotts Bluff National Monument.
Scotts Bluff National Monument has been a landmark for humans from native Americans to emigrants on the Oregon, California, and Mormon Trails, and is still a beacon for travelers today. Eric Grundwald, the Lead Interpreter at the Scotts Bluff National Monument, joins us to speak about the 30 million old geological histories, it becoming one of the most mentioned landmarks for travelers on the trails, and the process of it becoming a national monument.
- Specail thanks to Kaspen Hailey for his contribution of original music to the Voices on the Praire Wind Podcast.Learn more abourt Kaspen Hailey’s music.
- This program was produced with the help of Long Draw Productions.
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HISTORY OF THE PODCAST
After months of preparation, on August 25, 2021, the first “Voices on the Praire Wind Podcast” was dropped, made public, on several global platforms launching the Legacy of the Plain Museum in Gering, Nebraska into a new era of global communication, sharing the stories, people and events of the High Plains with the rest of the world.
LEGACY OF THE PLAINS MUESUM
Located on the Oregon Trail, the Legacy of the Plains Museum features an impressive collection of pioneer and early community artifacts, antique tractors, and farm implements; an 80-acre working farm; historic farmstead structures; and striking views of Scotts Bluff National Monument. Come live the timeless stories of the Nebraska prairie.