Running 150 Miles for National Monuments

James J. Latham

This Land, from administrators Whit Hassett and Chelsea Jolly, along with Merrell, profiles runner Religion Briggs as she traverses a hundred and fifty miles as a result of 3 national monuments—Cascade-Siskiyou in Oregon, Grand Staircase–Escalante in Utah, and Organ Mountain–Desert Peaks in New Mexico. Along the way, Briggs back links up with 4 other out of doors […]

This Land, from administrators Whit Hassett and Chelsea Jolly, along with Merrell, profiles runner Religion Briggs as she traverses a hundred and fifty miles as a result of 3 national monuments—Cascade-Siskiyou in Oregon, Grand Staircase–Escalante in Utah, and Organ Mountain–Desert Peaks in New Mexico. Along the way, Briggs back links up with 4 other out of doors advocates to focus on what it implies to be a fashionable-working day conservationist. 

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