VIRTUAL EVENTS 2021
Thursday, May 6, 2021 at 6:30PM MDT
The Last Glacier: Images of Our Changing Landscape with the Hockaday Museum of Art
Details: Join the Glacier Conservancy’s Executive Director, Doug Mitchell, and the Hockaday Museum of Art’s Executive Director, Alyssa Cordova, as well as featured artists as we explore the Hockaday’s new exhibition The Last Glacier: Images of Our Changing Landscape. The exhibition is currently on view to the public through June 19th and features the work of artists Bruce Crownover and Todd Anderson and photographer Ian van Coller. We’re incredibly honored to give you a sneak peek into the collection through this special virtual event.
For more information about the exhibition, please visit the Hockaday Museum of Art’s website.
Join Executive Director, Doug Mitchell, on Zoom and have a discussion with the Hockaday Museum of Art’s Alyssa Cordova and featured artists. Participants must register using the form below. Registration is limited.
40 Years of Wolf Recovery in Montana
Details: Dr. Diane Boyd will talk about her work in wolf recovery from the first wolf to return to Montana in 1979 to the present population of approximately 850 wolves. This very successful recovery has had many bumps in the road, but wolves are resilient and here to stay.
Diane Boyd has worked with wolves for more than 40 years. She retired from Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks in December 2019, as the Wolf Specialist for northwestern Montana and now pursues other conservation avenues.
Watch the Zoom conversation with Diane Boyd here.
Rangers Michael Faist & Andrew Smith
Details: Join Park Rangers Michael Faist and Andrew Smith for a conversation about Glacier’s new podcast, Headwaters. Michael and Andrew recorded, edited, and co-hosted the show. This brand new podcast, made possible thanks to your donations to the Glacier Conservancy, travels to every major region of Glacier to tell stories how nature and culture come together in unexpected ways.
Watch the Zoom conversation with Michael and Andrew here.
Climate Ride: Caeli Quinn and Leticia Romero
Details: Climate Ride is a nonprofit organization that organizes life-changing charitable biking and hiking events to raise awareness and support sustainability, active transportation, and environmental causes, including the Glacier Climate Ride, which funds renewable energy projects in Glacier National Park. Join Co-Founder and Executive Director, Caeli Quinn, and climate runner and community activist, Leticia Romero, for a conversation about climate activism in Montana.
Watch the Zoom conversation with Caeli Quinn and Leticia Romero here.
Details: Sarah Williams thru-hiked the Continental Divide Trail (CDT) in 2020 during the pandemic. The route through Glacier National Park changed this year due to closures on the east side of the park.
Watch the Zoom conversation with Sarah Williams here.
Details: Team Onyx is the first all-Black team in expedition racing, representing the best qualities and strength that come from diversity. They are a mixture of gay and straight athletes in their 20s, 40s and 50s from around the world. Team Onyx was featured on Amazon’s World’s Toughest Race: Eco-Challenge Fiji. Our event sponsor, Bedrock Sandals, will be giving away two free pairs of sandals to two participants during the event.
Watch the Zoom conversation with Captain Clifton Lyles here.