Grand View

Sequoia National Park

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Baumann takes a phenomenal trek into the botanical wonder of Sequoia National Park. Along his journey he meets Rachel Mazur, Bear biologist for the region: Nate Stephenson, USGS biologist doing pollution studies that impact the trees: and Lawrence Bill, Native American whose regional ancestry dates back hundreds of years. Baumann concludes the show by painting a grove of the famed trees.
 

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