Anchored Podcast Ep. 65: Corley Kenna on Patagonia, Public Land and National Monuments

Corley Kenna On Patagonia, Public Land And National Monuments
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Corley Kenna is the senior director for communications at Patagonia. In this episode, April meets with Corley in California to see if she can learn more about the definition of public land, national monuments and parks. Corley elaborates on the Bear’s Ears national monument, Patagonia’s current campaigns and how we can help to make a difference.

This episode is brought to you by www.canvaspop.com
Length: 38:50

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