About This Show
Field Days is hosted by Chris Gautz, the department's spokesperson and Greg Straub, administrative assistant to the FOA deputy director, as well as on occasion by Noah Nagy, Deputy Warden at Detroit Reentry Center, who, along with Greg, started the podcast and were Golden Post Award nominees as hosts.
Every Tuesday you can find a new episode of Field Days on your Apple device using the iTunes podcast app by searching for “Field Days”. The podcast is also available on the SoundCloud app which can be downloaded through the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store. Field Days is also available on the department website www.michigan.gov/corrections. Please, take the time to subscribe and review this podcast to help others find the show!
Most Recent Episode
Field Days Podcast - Snowshoeing with Sasquatch
5 days ago
The February 24 fundraiser event “Snowshoeing with Sasquatch” will be celebrating five years. This FREE Baraga County event will be accepting food donations that are later donated to the local St. Vincent De Paul.
Participants get to hike the beautiful trails, enjoy a bonfire and snack on delicious refreshments donated by local businesses. Joe Bouchard, a librarian at Baraga Correctional Facility and founder of the event, shares all the once in a lifetime unique details about Snowshoeing with Sasquatch.
Also, in this podcast, Deputy Warden Terry Tellez sends in a shout out for Detroit Reentry Center department analyst Abraham Peraza.
Rated 5 out of
Love the show!
Field Days has great content and new material every week! I've learned a lot about a topic I had little knowledge.
Date published: 2017-08-30