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Piles of unsold recycling at Southern Oregon Aspire in Grants Pass.

Piles of unsold recycling at Southern Oregon Aspire in Grants Pass.

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  • The eastern Oregon community of Milton-Freewater is losing its curbside recycling for the foreseeable future. City manager Linda Hall tells us what precipitated this turn of events and what the city will be telling residents to do with their waste paper, plastic, glass and other material.
  • Jenny Bruso, founder of Unlikely Hikers, and Travis Clough, the operations director for Venture Out, join us to talk about their own relationship with the outdoors and the group trips they lead with people who have struggled to be comfortable in nature — and in some cases — their own skin.

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