Feature image above by Korrin Bishop
There’s magic to be found in a small park. Writer Korrin Bishop shares Oregon Caves National Monument and Preserve through the voices of three women: park superintendent Vicki Snitzler, interpretive ranger Kat Gans, and artist Jean Robertson.
For the last summer season, Korrin Bishop balanced her full time job with being an artist-in-residence at Oregon Caves National Monument. In this episode, she gives us an insider’s look at the ~4,500 acre park. We’re drawn to what lies beneath the surface of this small community: a togetherness that results in the protection of a unique landscape and history, as well as the creation of art.
Reporter Korrin Bishop, interpretive ranger Kat Gans, park superintendent Vicki Snitzler, and artist Jean Robertson.
Music is by Lee Rosevere, Broke for Free, Anenon, Sergey Cheremisinov, Monplaisir, and Kevin Macleod. via freemusicarchive.org
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