hiking

Claire Stremple

 

Many people with physical disabilities have been told that they can’t do things like hike, camp, rock climb, or bowl. Lori Gray says they can. She runs an outdoor adventure group for Bay Area Outreach and Recreation Program, or BORP. It’s an organization with a mission to get people with disabilities involved in sports and recreation.

Photo courtesy of Rue Mapp

 

One of the Bay Area’s main attractions is its proximity to nature. Only 45 minutes separate Bay Area residents from arriving at the ocean, the mountains, or a hiking trail. But not everybody experiences the Bay Area’s natural beauty.

Laura Flynn

 

On the August 18th edition of Your Call, we’ll have a conversation about free and low cost local events, museums, nature walks and concerts.

California Department of Public Health / Used Under CC / flickr

 

On the June 15th edition of Your Call, we’ll have a conversation about Lyme disease, which is transmitted to humans through the bite of infected black-legged ticks.

On the March 8th edition of Your Call, we’ll revisit our conversation about the benefits of nature on our mental health.

Laura Flynn

  

On the February 22nd edition of Your Call, we want to know about your favorite Bay Area hikes. 

Robin Galante, www.nocturnepodcast.org

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