Tune in this weekend (Saturday, March 20th 9am Pacific Time) to community-supported KQUA radio to listen to an episode about off-trail hiking featuring interviews with Tony Cannon (https://www.wildumpqua.com) and ENVS PhD Candidate Jeremiah Osborne-Gowey (on the socials at @JeremiahOsGo).
You can access the show via the livestream on 99.7 KQUA's website: https://kqua.org/shows/living-downstream/
If you miss the episode on Saturday, it will re-air on Sunday, March 21st at 6pm (Pacific Time).
And while you’re there, check out some of the other great radio podcast episodes on the Umpqua Watersheds website - some good stuff on environmental education, engagement, issues, etc. This radio program is a pretty neat project that has emerged from an AmeriCorps volunteer there (Ryan Kincaid, Environmental Education & Outreach Leader with Umpqua Watersheds). For more about Ryan's work, check out https://umpquawatersheds.org/americorps-update-2/. For more information about AmeriCorps, see https://americorps.gov/.