Tracking the Human Footprint
We are excited to announce that we will be speaking at the upcoming (September 11-14, 2018) 14th Biennial Scientific Conference on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, to be held in Big Sky, Montana. This year’s conference is sponsored by Yellowstone Forever, with the theme Tracking the Human Footprint. For more information, and registration instructions, click here.
Scientific & Technical Volunteerism
Our theme at this year’s conference will be Scientific and Technical Volunteerism as a potential accelerator for projects, studies and other work at our National Parks, especially our first National Park, Yellowstone.
Our speakers will be:
- Larry Rogers, founder of The Conservancy Project study group
- Eric Curby, retired Capital Management SAP Applications global process owner, The Procter & Gamble Company
- JD Davis, Senior Director, Campaign/Special Projects, Yellowstone Forever
Extended Abstract of our Presentation
“Accelerating Infrastructure and Conservation Work in Yellowstone National Park and other Public Lands – A New Approach”
“I contribute to my favorite national park non-profit to the best of my financial ability. Unfortunately, that means I will not have the impact I want to have.”
Does that sound familiar?
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