This week Hadley interviews Ken Ilgunas, author of "This Land Is Our Land: How We Lost the Right to Roam and How to Take It Back."
Rachel Presley discusses the Dakota Access Pipeline resistance movement, with special attention to the soundscape at Stand Rock during the coalitions' actions to oppose construction of the pipeline.
A conversation with the distinguished ethnomusicologist, Jeff Todd Titon, who discusses his conception of the "sound commons." Titon explains how the various ways we listen to, think about, and manage our soundscapes impact the lives of all living creatures, including humans.
Kicking off a new year with a preview of the upcoming guest reports and a report on controversial moves by William Perry Pendley, Nominee for Director of the Bureau of Land Management, to fulfill his dream of dismantling the BLM and privatize federally managed public lands. Shelley Silbert, Executive Director of Great Old Broads for Wilderness, explains why her group and 91 others signed a letter calling for Congress to reject Perry's nomination and the impending move of the BLM from Washington D.C. to Grand Junction, CO.