Lectures & Learning

"The Emergence of Large Landscape Conservation in an Era of Planetary Thresholds"

When: Mon., Oct. 7, 7 p.m. 2013

"Conservation catalyst" could be seen as kind of a bullshit title, especially when it's self-bestowed. But it's tough to think of something more apt to describe someone who's created the Center for Large Landscape Conservation, established national parks in African countries, and helped launch wildlife conservation campaigns with the Patagonia Company. That's Gary Tabor — whose degrees from McGill, Cornell, Yale and the University of Pennsylvania also afford him some heft. See and hear the real Mr. Tabor at 7 tonight during his free talk, titled "The Emergence of Large Landscape Conservation in an Era of Planetary Thresholds," a State of the Rockies Project event, at Colorado College's Gates Common Room (1025 N. Cascade Ave., coloradocollege.edu). — Kirk Woundy

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