Saturday Shoutout / Vokey’s Public Land Double

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Photo by Louis Cahill

Photo by Louis Cahill

Two different perspectives on public land.

This is a really interesting back-to-back podcast on the current public land issues. April sits down for a conversation, first with Donald Trump Jr, Then with Corley Kenna, of Patagonia, to discuss the policy and threats to American public land. It is insightful, informative and thorough.

If you are a person who loves the outdoors, and why else would you be here, this is a must listen. I urge you to get informed and get involved. We are at a pivotal moment in our history. there is much to be lost or gained.


Louis Cahill
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2 thoughts on “Saturday Shoutout / Vokey’s Public Land Double

  1. Still not sure what the point of the Trump Jr. interview was. Other than shameless attempt at gaining more listeners. And to play the “I’m just a Canadian that doesn’t follow American politics” was at best a weak attempt to exonerate herself from any responsibility of allowing a wortheless punk son of a supposed billionaire to attempt to normalize himself. His father is making a full
    on effort to destroy the environment for corporations to profit, and this little weasel trust fund clown is fully on board and makes every effort to publicly support his fathers rotten agenda every step of the way. She should be ashamed of herself. She can claim ignorance, but that is BS. If she knew enough to claim ignorance then she knew enough to not allow this piece of garbage try and normalize himself. Otherwise, why would she be claiming ignorance, because she knew she would be. Which is dishonest and shameful. She is a great interviewer and unfortunately I will no longer be listening to her podcast.

    • I cannot help but agree. I will still listen to her podcast, though with a diminished sense of trust at the purported “conservation” angle.

      Lending credence to an urchin like Trump Jr. is a fantastic way to discredit the environmentalism behind the podcast. Canadian or not, I would hope one would research and recognize that Trump Jr. and his family are atrocious for the environment and for fishing. Someone can fish and claim to be a “steward” (a rather outdated and anthropocentric perception on environmentalism) and yet be utterly devoid of deep ethics and respect for the environmental as a whole.

      So many other instances of her podcast were inspiring and informative. This one was an utter disappointment and an abject failure to folks who want to hear a bit more substance beyond just “fishin'” and the selfish ingratiation with the concept of devoted environmentalism.

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