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A discussion on the Adirondacks on the Campbell Conversations

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Emily Russell
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NCPR
North County Public Radio's Adirondack Bureau Chief Brian Mann

What are the current challenges facing the Adirondack Park, a sparsely populated, but heavily visited area? What are the biggest environmental, cultural and economic issues, and what have been some recent successes? This week Grant Reeher talks with Brian Mann, Adirondack Bureau Chief for North Country Public Radio. 

Links to some of Brian's writing:

https://current.org/2011/05/yeah-weve-got-snobs-in-public-radio-but-also-a-lot-of-great-people-with-mud-on-their-boots/

https://current.org/2017/10/brian-mann-to-ken-stern-npr-isnt-in-your-liberal-bubble/

https://www.npr.org/2018/01/02/575077179/in-sub-zero-temperatures-skiers-find-bliss-in-the-frozen-woods

Grant Reeher is Director of the Campbell Public Affairs Institute and a professor of political science at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. He is also creator, host and program director of “The Campbell Conversations” on WRVO, a weekly regional public affairs program featuring extended in-depth interviews with regional and national writers, politicians, activists, public officials, and business professionals.