Today's guest is Jack Cornish, who works for the Ramblers, the UK's largest walking charity, where he leads the "Don't lose your way" project. Jack speaks with Steven about this effort to support volunteers across England and Wales in reclaiming lost paths. Identifying the lost paths is the start of a long process to put them back on the map as public rights of way. Over 3,000 volunteers contributed time and effort, and over 49,000 miles (> 78,800 km) of potential rights of way were "discovered". Jack shares details of what exactly was done and what the next steps are.
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