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Collective Action for Conservation: Why Community Science and Wildlands Protection are More Important Than Ever

May 14 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm MDT

Watch a full recording of the event HERE.

In her groundbreaking books Spine of the Continent and Citizen Scientist, Mary Ellen Hannibal emphasizes the importance of individual actions and collaborative conservation as a means of realizing larger goals. At the center of the Spine of the Continent lies the state of Utah, Wild Utah Project‘s area of focus for its community science projects and the location of Wildlands Network‘s headquarters.

As we navigate uncertain and chaotic times, the urgency of coming together to create a better future for humans as well as wildlife is gaining wider appreciation. Alongside staff from Wild Utah Project and Wildlands Network, Mary Ellen will share an earnest and engaging outlook on her personal experiences as a citizen scientist, how she remains inspired by the natural world, and how we all can contribute to making a difference in conservation.

 

Organizers

Wildlands Network
Wild Utah Project