Rights of Nature talk

Event Details

Is now the time to explore a path to recognize and protect the Rights of Nature to exist, thrive and evolve?
Learn how people in communities across the US and the world are evolving environmental law to establish Rights of Nature for the well-being of the planet and the species who call it home. Join us for an inspiring evening of informative stories from the field with Grant Wilson, Directing Attorney at the Earth Law Center at the Colorado College Conference Center, Friday, May 18 at 6:30pm. It is open to all. Please RSVP at FieldofCreation@gmail.com.
The Desert Sage will serve a special buffet-style Himalayan Feast for $18 plus tax and tip. Join us for dinner at 5:30pm.
Please park your car in the Colorado College parking lot, accessible from Rd. T, to ensure that business at the Desert Sage remains robust for the entire evening.
More about Grant Wilson:  His grandparents ran the town’s newspaper in Omak, Washington, located in Eastern Washington, and earlier in Ritzville, Washington. His uncle ran a small-town newspaper in Port Townsend, Washington, for many years as well. He appreciates being in small towns where a local newspaper is alive and well. Grant will join the Volunteers of Outdoor Colorado, VOC for the weekend trail building just outside of Crestone, May 19-20.

Date(s) - May 18
6:30 pm

Cost (if any)

Colorado College Conference Ctr.