As a valued part of the Conservation Lands Foundation Community, you’re Invited to a Special Online Conversation hosted by Patagonia: Public Lands, A Solution to Climate Change Thursday, June 11 at 1:00pm PDT.
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America’s public lands are part of the democratic and equity ideals that our country was founded upon and they’re under threat. In the continued effort to protect our public lands, Patagonia is releasing its next documentary feature, Public Trust.
Public Trust investigates how we arrived at this precarious moment and features Indigenous leaders and communities who will be most severely affected by climate change, including perspectives from Angelo Baca, Cultural Resources Coordinator for Utah Diné Bikéyah and Board of Trustee member of Conservation Lands Foundation, and Josh Ewing, Executive Director of Friends of Cedar Mesa.
I’m honored to be among the speakers who include:
- UCSB professor, Leah Stokes
- Gwich’in Steering Committee Executive Director, Bernadette Demientieff
- Senior Fellow with the Harvard Kennedy School's Belfer Center for Science, Joel Clement
- Public Trust Producer, Jeremy Rubingh
We hope you can join. To RSVP, click here.
On behalf of all of us at CLF, thank you for your continued support and all that you do to protect and increase access to America's National Conservation Lands.