Bryant Baker

conservation director at Los Padres ForestWatch

Conservation director at Los Padres ForestWatch

 

Bryant Baker on KCRW

Three lightly trafficked hikes in the Los Padres National Forest offer physical and emotional stress relief amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Three Los Padres National Forest hikes for outdoor social distancing

Three lightly trafficked hikes in the Los Padres National Forest offer physical and emotional stress relief amid the coronavirus outbreak.

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In a tweet earlier this month, President Donald Trump called for California to cut down more trees in order to slow down the spread of wildfires.

To cut or not to cut, a debate on logging the Los Padres National Forest

In a tweet earlier this month, President Donald Trump called for California to cut down more trees in order to slow down the spread of wildfires.

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