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Ep 27: THE RIGHT TO ROAM: A Call to Restore a Stolen Inheritance

April 25, 2020 Soraya / Ken Ilgunas
WILD ROOTS
Ep 27: THE RIGHT TO ROAM: A Call to Restore a Stolen Inheritance
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WILD ROOTS
Ep 27: THE RIGHT TO ROAM: A Call to Restore a Stolen Inheritance
Apr 25, 2020
Soraya / Ken Ilgunas

The right to roam is something many American's may not be aware of, yet it is a calling that dwells within the human heart. It is an inheritance which has been stolen, but we can get it back. Listen to find out how.

Portrait by Cadence Chinle Cook

LINKS:
Ken Ilgunas
This Land is Our Land, How We Lost the Right to Roam and How to Take it Back (Book)

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DID YOU KNOW?
In a recent report released on public land access, results revealed that across 13 U.S. western states, over 9.52 million acres (an area larger than New Hampshire and Connecticut combined) is currently landlocked. With over 3 million acres  in Wyoming, 2 million in Nevada and 1.5 million in Montana. If these are all of our lands, then why can't we access them?

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I’m including this research in all episode descriptions for anyone interested in learning in the origin of the current Coronavirus which causes Covid-19:
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Research on the origin of SARS-CoV2*

Show Notes

The right to roam is something many American's may not be aware of, yet it is a calling that dwells within the human heart. It is an inheritance which has been stolen, but we can get it back. Listen to find out how.

Portrait by Cadence Chinle Cook

LINKS:
Ken Ilgunas
This Land is Our Land, How We Lost the Right to Roam and How to Take it Back (Book)

***Wild Roots is not interested in advertising dollars and is supported by patrons. To donate to this podcast use this link: DONATE TO THIS PODCAST

DID YOU KNOW?
In a recent report released on public land access, results revealed that across 13 U.S. western states, over 9.52 million acres (an area larger than New Hampshire and Connecticut combined) is currently landlocked. With over 3 million acres  in Wyoming, 2 million in Nevada and 1.5 million in Montana. If these are all of our lands, then why can't we access them?

~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 

I’m including this research in all episode descriptions for anyone interested in learning in the origin of the current Coronavirus which causes Covid-19:
*
Research on the origin of SARS-CoV2*