On October 15 I’m speaking at the SHIFT Festival in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. If you want to catch my talk, as well as a conversation between me and the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership‘s Whit Fosburgh, then you need to go here and get yourself some tickets. The event runs from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., and I’ll speaking around 6:30. Should be plenty of time to say hello if you can make it. It’ll be a great time with loads of quality food and drink.
Equally important is a SHIFT event called The Relevancy Workshop, which happens the morning of October 13. Our ability to maintain our public lands and wildlife resources in the future will depend on how well we engage today’s nontraditional users. The Relevancy Workshop will focus on that task. Anyone (or any group) who’s committed to protecting and enhancing our resources should plan on attending.
See you at the banquet!