Episode 023: Eco-Tourism and our National Parks with Josh Metten

Welcome back to the podcast! On this installment of the Right To Roam Podcast the whole crew is joined by Josh Metten. Josh holds a B.S. in Natural Resources Management and works out of Jackson Hole, Wyoming for Jackson Hole Eco-Tours. This episode delves into the introduction of our public lands to an observational consumer and the importance of framing and holding the discussion of what conservation looks like on a myriad of levels. Josh has a great perspective that hunters and anglers can definitely garner some information and insight from. We hope you enjoy the episode and also ask that you leave a rating and review on whichever audio medium you hear us on. Lastly, don’t keep us a secret, share your favorite Right To Roam episode with a friend, family member, and/or coworker. Happy Trails!

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