Group: Conservation Atlas
When: Tuesday, September 19, 6:30–8:30 pm
Where: Patagonia SF
Conservation Atlas is a newly created non-profit which explores the ways in which sustainable tourism can advance the cause of conservation. We're a married duo and eight months ago we departed on a two-year trip to various countries around the world to learn more about different conservation areas and private initiatives that can be visited. In Chile and Argentina we hiked through future national parks, got inspired by rewilding stories and met extraordinary people working to protect some of the wildest places on Earth. Now we're on a three-month road trip in the US, visiting 20 national monuments under review by the presidential administration. With six down and 14 more to go, we're eager to share the exceptional stories and beauty captured in photographs of these public lands.
Join us for a conversation about the importance of conservation, stories from the places we've visited and national monuments in the US! Doors open at 6:30 PM for craft beer and snacks kindly provided by Patagonia - San Francisco; presentation starts at 7:00 PM.