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NCPR News The Adirondack roots of an American environmentalist 12/05/06
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A new book explores the Adirondack roots of one of America's most important environmentalists. Bob Marshall founded the Wilderness Society and helped popularize the idea that remote wilderness areas should be protected. He learned his love for the outdoors hiking and climbing in the North Country. Now editor Phil Brown has collected Marshall's writing about the Adirondacks into one volume. He spoke with Brian Mann.
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