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Image: Blue Ox Millworks founder Eric Hollenbeck in his wood shop

The Life Changing Work of a Master Craftsman

Behind the doors of Blue Ox Millworks, Eric Hollenbeck passes down generations of knowledge, instilling a sense of pride and healing with his work. By sharing the love for his craft, this woodworker is helping high schoolers and veterans alike find their own healing.
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Image: a crowd of people watch as people build a human tower called a Castell

How Spain’s Human Towers Define Community

How do you build a tower of people 50 feet tall and weighing as much as three elephants? Maybe more importantly, why? The castell builders of Catalonia, Spain are, quite literally, the definition of an uplifting and supportive community.
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Image: Woman in Peru buying food at a market

Tasting Peru: from Sea to Summit, the Andes to the Amazon

Our foods and their traditions tell the stories of who we are. And even when we can't seem to find common ground with someone on anything else, we can find common ground around the dinner table! Food is powerful. So we're traveling to one of the most diverse foodscapes in the world to see how they're preserving the legacy of their remarkable culinary culture! 
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