Talking plastics with Pattie Gonia

Backcountry queen Pattie Gonia gives us her take on all things plastic.
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Bringing inclusivity, positivity, and heels into the outdoors, backcountry queen Pattie Gonia and SNEWS reporter Ronald V. E. Griswell talk mindfulness around plastics and how we each have a responsibility to make the world a cleaner place.

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