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We recently wrapped up Season 2 of our Strong Sense of Place podcast, and we’re currently getting ready for Season 3. This is very exciting for us — and we couldn’t do it without you. Thank you for listening to the show and being so supportive and enthusistic.
We think of you as part of the Strong Sense of Place team, and we’d love to know how we can make the show and the website work even better for you. We’ve put together a short survey so you can share your feedback — and you can suggest a future destination or theme for the show.
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