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It will be a stimulating conversation with historical, ecological, air quality and cultural experts. Plus, colorful locals! In this hour episode, we'll learn about Three Rivers, the gateway town to the Sequoia National Park where music, the arts, and Native American history (Yokuts) live strong!
Good-tidings from Nature's "high"! The nearby General Sherman Tree--earth's largest tree estimated at 2,200 years old, resides in the Giant Forest, one of 75 sequoia groves! Sequoia trees go up to 311 feet and 3,200 years, supporting a breathtaking eco-system.
Special guests: John Elliott, Public Historian and Publisher of The Kaweah Commonwealth, Dennis Villavicencio owner of Buckeye Tree Lodge, Rick McVaigh of San Joaquin Valley Air Quality Control District, Rusty Crain of High Sierra Jazz Band, and more.
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