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John Davis with TrekWest

  John Davis with TrekWest is coming to Bozeman!

Join outdoor adventure-trekker John Davis at the Emerson Center in Bozeman on Wednesday, August 21 during his 5,000-mile hike/bike/paddle conservation trek from Mexico to Canada, seeing the landscape from the eyes of the animals that traverse it.

John’s message? “Say Yes” to protecting America’s wildlife habitat corridors by signing the petition at trekwest.org.

What: Join Trekker John Davis for a spectacular slide show and film preview of the Highway Wilding Documentary  

Free Hors D’Oeuvres and soft drinks

When: Wednesday, August 21st **5:30 pm SOCIAL, 6 pm SLIDE SHOW

Where: The Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture, Weaver Room, 111 South Grand Avenue, Bozeman, MT

Who: Free and open to the public and media

Co-sponsored by:

Center for Large Landscape Conservation

Craighead Institute

Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation

Wildlands Network

ABOUT TREKWEST: TrekWest is building a groundswell of public support for creation of state and federal mechanisms that can identify and protect large landscape-scale wildlife habitat corridors.  TrekWest identifies the problems faced by wildlife (including climate change), the solutions needed, and the conservation heroes working to protect our Western Wildlife Heritage!

Media interviews: Sit down with John Davis on Wednesday, August 21st. Interviews may be scheduled in advance with Kim Vacariu at[masked] or[masked] (cell)

·  9 AM - Coffee and chat at Wild Joe’s Coffee spot

·   Morning (10AM—12PM) at the Craighead Institute, 201 South Wallace Ave., Suite B2D

·  Afternoon (1PM—3PM) at the Center for Large Landscape Conservation, 301 W. Mendenhall, 3rd Floor

·  Evening (at the event) at the Emerson Center for the Arts & Culture, Weaver Room

For more information, contact Wildlands Network and local sponsors:

Kim Vacariu, Wildlands Network,[masked] or[masked] (cell), [masked]

Rob Ament, Center for Large Landscape Conservation,[masked], [masked]

Lance Craighead, Craighead Institute,[masked], [masked]

Jordan Holsinger, Adventurers & Scientists for Conservation,[masked], [masked]

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