Erik Murdock is the Vice President of Policy and Government Affairs at the Access Fund and a key player in the establishment of Bears Ears National Monument. We geek out about how Bears Ears National Monument came to be, and get the story from his perspective. A very policy oriented, but fascinating conversation, and a reminder how important it is for the climbing community to be involved in the public process. Big thanks to Publisher Emeritus, Shaun Matusewicz for joining in on this one!
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