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Richmond Library Wild Nature Speaker Series
November 4, 2018 @ 4:00 pm
An event every month that begins at 4:00 pm on day First of the month, repeating until February 3, 2019
Wild Nature First Sundays Speaker Series, Winter 2018-2019
Join us at Richmond Free Library on the first Sunday of the month at 4:00 pm in November, December, January, and February for a series of speakers who will talk about the natural world and inspire us to enjoy and protect it.
Celebrating our Ancient Forests
with Joan Maloof | Sunday, November 4, 4 pm
Discover what makes old-growth forests special and how to protect them through words and action.
Author Joan Maloof is director of the Old-Growth Forest Network.
Born To Rewild—East and West
with John Davis | Sunday, December 2, 4 pm
Film screening and discussion about Davis’s 5,000-mile trek from Mexico to Canada and the challenges and opportunities for rewilding the western and eastern U.S.
Conservation trekker John Davis is editor of the website Rewilding Earth.
From Camels Hump to Patagonia: Who
Saved the Parks Beloved by Millions?
with Tom Butler | Sunday, January 6, 4 pm
Stories of how some of the wild places we most treasure came to be protected for the public alongside a spectacular nature photography slideshow.
Author and editor Tom Butler is vice president for conservation advocacy for Tompkins Conservation in South America.
The Real Eastern Coyote
with Chris Schadler | Sunday, February 3, 4 pm
Learn the true story of the eastern coyote and how an understanding of its mind and ecology can help us live alongside this wild animal.
Wild canid ecologist Chris Schadler is the Vermont representative for Project Coyote.
Events are free and wheelchair accessible. Light refreshments will be served.
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