Hosted by the National Conservation Training Center, USFWS
Howard Zahniser never lived Thoreau’s life of solitude, walked through the High Sierra’s nourished only by nature and the one biscuit in his pocket like John Muir or sabotaged bulldozers to discourage wilderness destruction like Edward Abbey. “Swashbuckling wilderness man” simply wasn’t Howard Zahniser’s style. All he did was quietly, determinedly set a course for the preservation of over 100 million acres in perpetuity, a goal that was ironically achieved just weeks after his death in 1964.
July 7 at 7 p.m.
I am thrilled that my latest film, Howard Zahniser: Champion for the Wilderness was chosen for a national screening by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. Please join us on July 7 at 7 p.m. EST to view the 35 minute film, followed by Q&A.
I will add a link to the event on this page as soon as it becomes available.