Wilderness Issues Lecture Series

 

The 2019 Wilderness Issues Lecture Series Presents

Wild Hope

Fearless Risk Takers, Art Makers, & Storytellers on the Wilderness & Conservation Front Lines 

 

7-8:20 p.m. - Gallagher Business Building - Room 123

Free and Open to the Public

Available for 1 Credit as NRSM 371

  

January 22nd - Connie Myers - Founding Director of the interagency Arthur Carhart National Wilderness Training Center - “Guardians of Freedom”

January 29 - Martin Nie - Professor, Natural Resource Policy; Director, Bolle Center for People & Forests; Undergraduate Program Director, Resource Conservation – “Public Lands: A Love Story”

February 5 - MaryAnn Bonjorni - Professor of Art, UM School of Art – “Finding the Language of Place

February 12 - Julie Cajune - Writer, Producer, Director of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes' Education Department - "We are Obligate Mutualists: The Stories of Soul Mates" 

February 19 - Greg Rickel - Bishop - Diocese of Olympia, Seattle, WA - “Faith on the Front Line”

February 26 - Becca Skinner - Adventure and Conservation Photographer - “Storytelling Through the Lens: How Photography Influences Conservation Efforts”

March 5 - Kascie Herron - American Rivers – Northern Rockies – “Reading the Room: Different Methods to Effectively Engage Supporters of Environmental Advocacy”