Diversifying the Adirondacks, one whitewater rafting trip – or hike – at a time Most people who hike, paddle and ski in New York's Adirondack Mountains are white, but a state university program aims to change that by introducing students of color to outdoor adventures.

Diversifying the Adirondacks, one whitewater rafting trip – or hike – at a time

Diversifying the Adirondacks, one whitewater rafting trip – or hike – at a time

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Most people who hike and paddle in places like New York's Adirondack Mountains are white. There are efforts to close that racial gap. North Country Public Radio's Emily Russell joined one student group that's diversifying the rivers and trails one outdoor adventure at a time.