In this episode, I interview Sarah Walker with Friends of Bridger-Teton National Forest. We discuss the increase in visitation numbers to Greater Yellowstone and surrounding National Forest Land including wilderness areas and what that means for land managers and conservation groups trying to protect wildlife and minimize human impacts. We discuss leave no trace ethics, the differences between primitive and dispersed camping, what you can do when visiting our public lands to be a better steward, the Continental Divide Trail, off highway vehicle use and more. Please visit www.btfriends.org to learn more about her organization and how you can support them and get involved.
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