Place, Hope and Conservation: How the oldest species of bird on earth taught one man to adapt to the future
- 4/11/2013 |
4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Location: Visual Arts Center, Beam Classroom
Event Type: Lecture
Hank Lentfer will discuss the challenges of conservation work in our increasingly consumptive culture, and how having an attachment to place and community can give us greater hope for the future. Using images and sounds gathered from a life embedded on Alaska's wild edge, Hank will explore the role of beauty and wonder to inspire the work of conservation.
Hosted at Bowdoin by the English and History Departments and the Environmental Studies Program. Offered collaboratively by the Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust & The Nature Conservancy. Open to the public free of charge.