“Like in most environmental issues with public lands conservatives and right-leaning types and center-right— and just people who are apolitical but love their families and their communities want to take care of the land, but don’t really trust the federal government to do so. We haven’t been at the table, we haven’t had a seat at the table. And so when we come to that table and have some input about the way we want these lands managed, there’s a lot of disagreement. And unfortunately, that disagreement is often turned into a sort of vituperative attack on our motives, which is usually if not unjust, completely unjustified, [and] pretty exaggerated.” — Andrew Sandstrom
In Episode 310 of District of Conservation, Gabriella invites Andrew Sandstrom onto the podcast. Andrew is one of two interviewees in her new “Conservation Nation” episode on Utah public lands. Get to know Andrew today on the podcast.
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