What is Story Walking?

It's a Radio Show!

The family-friendly Story Walking Radio Hour offers entertaining nature-inspired stories and interviews of people who are making a difference in their communities and for the greater good of the world by cultivating green ideas. 

It's a game!

Story Walking unfolds as we step out onto the game board of life each day, mindfully observing, listening, feeling, reflecting, and then reacting. The outcomes of each action educate and inform future choices, ideas and actions. Engaging with Earth, with Spirit and with one another - heart to heart - we co-create meaningful life stories and help protect our precious planet.

It's a healthy activity!

Walking is good for the body, the heart, the mind and the soul. Download podcasts from the Story Walking Radio Hour archives page for inspiration, and step into the game. Story Walking leads to magical learning adventures that can lead our lives into many positive and exciting new directions.

Master Storywalker Wendy Fachon knows what it means to lead a storybook life, and she teaches Story Walking by example, sharing her own magical storied experiences. Learn about Wendy Learn about her Programs and Resources. Find more stories on her Blog.

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Our Partners


Kids4Love Project

The  Kids 4 Love Project Radio Show is about kids leading with their hearts  to inspire others. It features those who are making a difference,   serving other kids, who are ill or in need, and cultivating a kinder  world. 

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The Empowerment Factory

Blending  social emotional learning (SEL) with creativity and environmental  education, this non-profit helps youth develop the skills they need to  succeed in school and life. 

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The Jester & Pharley Phund

This organization brings the inspiration of David Saltzman's award-winning book The Jester Has Lost His Jingle. to children with cancer and other serious illnesses.

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Rhode Island Families in Nature

RIFIN was created by and for families who want to spend more time outdoors, exploring RI’s natural places. It organizes family hikes and other community events, and it maintains an online resource to help families reap the many benefits time in nature has to offer. RIFIN published a wonderful book,   The Rhode Island Family Hiking Guide and Journal

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