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    SOUL TRAK OUTDOORS Not long after the civil unrest began in our Twin Cities community, a group of our fellow park enthusiasts and advocates joined together to brainstorm how we might create a more equitable experience in our national parks.  As part of our ongoing commitment to ending systemic racism in our country, we're joining with others in supporting and lifting up organizations dedicated to bridging the race gap in outdoor spaces.  Check out today's post describing a new DiverseNPS initiative and our September featured organization, D.C. based - Soul Trak Outdoors. Committed To A More Diverse NPS As outdoor enthusiasts and lovers of America’s parks, we've experienced the benefits of connecting with nature and our diverse landscapes. From city parks where we can get a taste of green amid cemented city blocks, to recharging strolls and hikes in the millions of acres of our state parks, to treks and climbs in the

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