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Craig Childs on hidden, trail-free BLM gems

Audio - March 18, 2013 by Nelson Harvey
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KDNK, a public radio station in Carbondale, Colo., regularly interviews High Country News writers and editors, in a feature they call "Sounds of the High Country." Here, KDNK's Nelson Harvey talks with HCN contributing editor and Western adventurer Craig Childs.

Thumbnail photo licensed under Creative Commons, courtesy Flickr user Conservation Lands Foundation.

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