The Beaver State Podcast Episode 84: Backcountry Preparedness with Montana Pagano and Kyle Bratcher

March 4, 2022

Montana Pagano, a watershed restoration specialist with the Nez Percé Tribe and Kyle Bratcher, NE Oregon district fish biologist with Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife live in one of the best adventure spots in all of Oregon. The Eagle Cap Wilderness is the largest roadless area in the state, and of course their backyard is Hells Canyon. We chatted with Montana and Kyle about some safety and gear tips before heading out into the backcountry.

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