BHA Podcast & Blast, Episode 20: Lamar Marshall, Historian & Conservationist

Hal Herring talks with historian and conservationist Lamar Marshall in Calloway, North Carolina. 

They discuss Lamar's work with members of the Cherokee nation to conserve the Bankhead National Forest, the Forest Service policing their own, good stewardship of the Earth, converting hardwood to loblolly pine, preserving cultural heritage on public lands, mapping historic trails in North Carolina, the importance of chestnuts, hunting and fishing in the South, homesteading, Lamar's favorite books, and much more. 

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