From email from the Western Rivers Conservancy:
We have exciting news! Western Rivers Conservancy is launching a live online series called Great Rivers of the West, and we hope you can join us.
This highly informative, fast-paced, eight-part series begins on March 3, when author and photographer Tim Palmer will take you on a state-by-state virtual journey down the West’s greatest rivers. Each weekly episode will feature a travel- and conservation-inspired slideshow from Tim, a lifelong conservationist and paddler who has made the study of rivers his passion and career for over four decades.
Every episode will begin with an introduction from the founder and CEO of Fishpond, Johnny Le Coq; and WRC’s co-founder and President, Sue Doroff. Tim will follow with an enriching presentation that covers dozens of keystone rivers. He’ll tell you why they matter for fish and wildlife, why they’re worth exploring and ways to see them on your own.
After each episode, Tim and Sue will be on hand to answer questions from the audience.
BONUS! Each episode will end with a drawing for high-end gear from two of our sponsors, Fishpond and Sawyer Paddles & Oars. Just by registering for free you’ll be entered to win in all eight drawings.
The Great Rivers of the West series will air Wednesdays at 6pm Pacific Time, starting March 3.
For more information, and to register for the free series, visit us online.
We hope to see you there!