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Stories of Where Humans and Habitat Meet, On the KSUT Sunday Special

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A man in the Colorado wilderness searches a lake for a missing boater; a recovering alcoholic sets out to canoe the whole Missouri River; and a Wyoming fishing retreat helps heal a woman with a secret.

Join us this Sunday at 5:00 p.m. for HumaNature, stories of where humans and habitat meet. The show is produced in Laramie, Wyo. by Wyoming Public Media.

In the first segment, Greg Ley was deep in the Colorado Rocky Mountains, training as an outdoor guide, when his group encountered tragedy. What happened next forever changed his beliefs about the importance of humans to the wilderness.

 

Later, Patrick Dobson was stuck in his life, so he decided to take a trip by canoe from Montana to Missouri. Only he had never canoed before.

And finally, Tonia Hanson had a secret. But when a private river retreat In Wyoming turned out to be very, very public, Tonia found unexpected healing.
 

Hear HumaNature, this Sunday afternoon at 5, on the KSUT Sunday Special.

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