Sharing Our Journey and Passion for the Great Outdoors: We are excited to share that we recently had the fantastic opportunity to be guests on the Go Ask Ali podcast, hosted by the delightful Ali Wentworth. The episode focuses on the incredible healing powers of the great outdoors and the joy of connecting with nature.
During our conversation with Ali, we discussed our experiences in the world of competitive deep-sea fishing, our foundation, and the summer camps we have established, Black Girls Fish and Black Boys Boat. These programs were created to ensure that children from all backgrounds have access to the healing and transformative power of nature.
In addition to talking about our journey, we were also thrilled to share some exciting breaking news with Ali and her listeners. Ali continued the theme of embracing the outdoors by connecting with her clamming soul sister, New York Times food column writer Melissa Clark. They discussed their shared love for clamming, foraging, and the deep-rooted connection between humans and nature.
Our appearance on Go Ask Ali allowed us to share our passion for empowering others and spreading our love for the great outdoors with a broader audience.
If you haven't listened to the episode yet, be sure to check it out to learn more about our story and our ongoing efforts to promote the joys of connecting with nature.
Listen to the podcast here:
As always, stay tuned for more updates and inspiring stories from us, the Ebony Anglers, by following our journey on Instagram and Facebook! @ebonyanglers