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Our public lands and the trails and tracks within them are the veins of our community. And when the connectivity is disrupted, it hurts humans, wildlife and ecosystems within. Public lands are the bone marrow of who we are as Americans. Hunters, hikers, liberals and conservatives from coast to coast all agree that these lands are part of our heritage and are our gift to future generations. Tomorrow, @usinterior Secretary Ryan Zinke will announce his recommendations on whether to shrink or eliminate 21 national monuments containing 8.6 million acres of land. I hope he will listen to the millions of Americans who spoke up and keep these treasured wild places protected as they are. Photo: @alex_taran and I on a ski descent of Mt. Baker captured by @moonmountainman.
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