American storytellers talk about climate change, clean energy, and fighting dirty coal.
The Land I Trust is an audio series by the Sierra Club that brings powerful stories about special places into your home. We travel throughout the United States, to discuss clean energy solutions and moving beyond coal with locals.
Season 4 is out now, exploring transformative stories from around the United States.
Take The Journey
Season One: The American South
Storytellers share experiences with the four natural elements: Water, fire, wind, and air.
Season Two: The American West
Storytellers share their fight against dirty coal projects in their communities.
Hear their stories
Season Three: The American Midwest
Season 3 of the Land I Trust brings you storytellers from across the Midwestern US. Host and narrator Precious Brady-Davis weaves together these stories and shares some of her own perspective as well. The series is a unique window into this important part of the country, at a pivotal time for the nation and the planet.
Listen to their stories
Season Four: Stories of Transformation
Released an episode at a time, our latest season interviews people about climate and justice issues. Host and narrator Rebecca Kling brings together these unique stories of resilience, struggle, and transformation amidst the growing movement for environmental, racial, and climate justice.
Individual stories of community, clean energy, and connection to home.
Meet the activists