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Panel Discussion: Public Lands. Earth Day Speaker Series 4 of 4

April 9 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Hosted by Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area and Wyoming Humanities

Powell Valley Community Education, Wyoming Humanities Council, and Bighorn Canyon Recreation Area bring you our final event in our series celebrating the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.

Thursday, April 9, 6:30 pm at the Lovell, WY NPS Visitor Center join us for a panel discussion.

Facilitator, David Peck, Editor of the Lovell Chronicle, will be asking the expert panelists up to ten questions to inspire conversations among the panelists.

Panelists:

John Clayton is a Montana-based nonfiction writer, independent journalist, essayist, historian, and business ghostwriter. John’s books include Natural Rivals, about John Muir and Gifford Pinchot, Wonderlandscape, about Yellowstone National Park, plus The Cowboy Girl, Stories from Montana’s Enduring Frontier, and others.

Jeremy Johnston, Buffalo Bill Center of the West, whose Ph.D. dissertation considered Buffalo Bill’s and Theodore Roosevelt’s thoughts and actions in developing the Big Horn Basin, as well as their efforts to preserve sections of the Yellowstone region.

Shane Doyle, an enrolled member of the Crow Tribe from Crow Agency, Montana, has a Master’s degree in Native American Studies at Montana State University. Shane also holds a Doctorate in Curriculum and Instruction, and completed a post-doctoral appointment in genetics with the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, in 2016.

(Map of Wyoming with all the colors representing different public lands. Private in white. Photo: PublicLandsInformationCenter)

Details

Date:
April 9
Time:
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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Organizers

Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area
Wyoming Humanities Council

Venue

Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area
20 US Highway 14A E.
Lovell, WY 82431 United States
Website:
https://www.nps.gov/bica/index.htm