Date(s) - 9/24/2020
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Join us to hear from Zoe Weil and see her beautiful photos of Maine!
When she’s not educating about environmental sustainability, animal protection, and human rights, Zoe Weil, co-founder and president of the Institute for Humane Education, is usually outdoors exploring and taking photographs. This presentation will awaken your wonder and curiosity about the amazing life in Maine so that you’ll be rushing outside to explore. Starting with sex, moving on to metamorphosis and transformation, stopping for a quick taste of Maine’s iconic beauty, and ending with the weird and wild, Zoe will provide a tour of Maine as you haven’t seen it before.
This is the 20th in our webinar Series cohosted by BHHT and Island Heritage Trust, featuring local naturalists, professionals from environmentally focused organizations, and outdoor learning experts to share their knowledge, virtually, during a time when we can’t all be out in the field together.
The webinars take place LIVE every Thursday from 4-5pm! We will record the webinar so that if you wish to view but can’t participate at that time, the presentation will be available to you on our websites and social media.
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