Roamers, Roamers, Roamers, thanks for checking out another episode of the Right To Roam Podcast! You’re gonna want to set the cruise control a few mph slower, extend the time on the treadmill, or hang the “Do Not Disturb” sign on the office door for this one! The full hosting contingent find themselves along the banks of the Sweetwater river in the west-central Wyoming high mountain desert. Joining the R2R crew is Jared Oakleaf, public land advocate and forest ninja and Ryan Busse, VP of Sales for Kimber firearms and the sitting Chairman of the Board of Directors of Backcountry Hunters and Anglers. Over the course of this conversation the public lands thread is interwoven with subtopics on historical use, current management, what it means to be a public lands advocate, green decoys, the modern day sagebrush rebellion, and how we should address attacks on our public lands. Ambient guest sounds were provided by the crackling campfire, northerly Wyoming winds, and Sam’s dogs!
This could very easily be one of the best podcasts on public lands advocacy and what BHA is and stands for that you may ever hear! We hope you value this conversation and in doing so feel generous enough to share it with your backcountry badass buddies and “green decoys” alike. Don’t let the love stop there, please leave us a rating and review on Itunes or Stitcher as that is how we are able to determine whether or not we are hitting the mark with episodes like this one. Lastly, and you’ll want to remember this one, don’t forget to subscribe to future episodes of the podcast as we have some heavy hitters in the world of public lands advocacy on the horizon that you don’t want to miss! Happy Trails!