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Naturalist Nights 2018 speaker series focuses on public lands, wildlife

Nov 21, 2017

The 2018 Naturalist Nights program includes a discussion of how Montana reintroduced grey wolves, and how a similar program could work in Colorado.
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Three local environmental groups are again teaming up to present a speaker series focused on public lands and wildlife conservation. The schedule for 2018 is out.


Naturalist Nights is a series presented by the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies, Wilderness Workshop and the Roaring Fork Audubon Society. The 2018 lineup includes regional experts in sustainability, climate change and wildlife conservation.

Jim Kravitz is director of naturalist programs at ACES. He said attendees can expect to learn — and be motivated to act.


“They will hopefully make some decisions to kind of keep the wild, wild and conserve the great things we have here,” he said.

The series starts in January and runs through March.