Wild Women Tribe

Today on the Local News Hour

Summit County Deputy Health Director Phil Bondurant has an update on COVID public health transition to an orange status. He talks about the  Summit county orders and gives an update on pilot anti-body testing. (04:35)

Renee Huang is founder and owner of Wild Women Tribe. She has an update on the virtual retreat, Spark Clarity which is scheduled for the last weekend in May. (20:00)

Executive Director of Summit Community Gardens Sloane Johnson talks about the spring opening and the upcoming activities at the gardens. (32:48)

 

Wild Women Tribe is a locally produced group, facilitated by The Mountain Life guest Renee Huang. The tribe empowers women through transformational outdoor experiences and wilderness workshops. The vision? To build a network of female spirits seeking to share growth, brainstorms, energy and positive intentions with other like-minded fierce women in the great outdoors.

Renee Huang of Wild Women Tribe and Kelly Pfaff of Prospect Executive Suites join Tim Henney and Lynn Ware Peek. They talk about the formation of a business model that includes giving back. They talk about the month of November as the month of gratitude. They partner on an event on November 16 called “Gratitude Give Back.”

Renee Huang and Wild Women Tribe have been busy, very busy. There’s WANDER, a Walk & Wine followed by discussion. Then there’s the coming New Moon Camping retreat in Heber September 8 thru 10. And the ongoing full schedule of workshops. It’s women supporting women around the concept of self-identity, exploration and evolution from the inside out. 

 

 

 

Renee Huang, founder of the Wild Women Tribe, joins Lynn Ware Peek and Tim Henney. The Wild Women Tribe has another retreat coming up June 2 - 4 in Moab.  This is a wilderness retreat and it circles around the theme of women's learning, expanding, and collaborating.