Wild Thoughts Podcast #5: The Importance of Advocacy

In this installment of the Wild Thoughts Podcast, Craig McGowan interviews AWA cofounders Pete Nelson and Bill Ingersoll about the importance of wilderness advocacy in the Adirondacks. What is it, and how has it shaped the history of the Adirondack Park? Learn what motivates advocates to become active in regional affairs, as well as how they foresee their roles evolving in the future. Are you a wilderness advocate too? If so, find some tips on how you can get involved!

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