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#1675: Making the outdoors open to all | The Best Of Our Knowledge

Moreau Lake State Park, Saratoga County, NY
Jim Levulis
Moreau Lake State Park, Saratoga County, NY

On this episode of The Best of Our Knowledge, we’ll learn more about a report from the Open Space Institute that examines how to make the great outdoors accessible to all. Host Lucas Willard speaks with OSI’s Kathy Mosher.

We’ll explore New York State’s definition of a sound and basic education, with a report from WMHT’s Dan Clark.

And we’ll have a taste test with potato chip historian Alan Richer.

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Lucas Willard is a reporter and host at WAMC Northeast Public Radio, which he joined in 2011.
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