Ozark Trail Association President, Local Photographer On Exploring Missouri’s Longest Hiking Trail | St. Louis Public Radio

Ozark Trail Association President, Local Photographer On Exploring Missouri’s Longest Hiking Trail

Jul 12, 2019

From left, Kathie Brennan and Don Massey joined Friday's talk show.
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Meandering over more than 400 miles of southeast Missouri is a network of hiking trails that’s been in existence since the 1970s: the Ozark Trail. Its history, along with its natural beauty, fill the pages of Don Massey’s photographic book titled “The Ozark Trail: Images of Missouri’s Longest Hiking Trail.”

Massey is a member of the Ozark Trail Association, and he joined Friday’s St. Louis on the Air alongside the association’s president, Kathie Brennan, for a conversation with St. Louis Public Radio’s Jason Rosenbaum.

Listen to the discussion:

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