If you’d like to get a glimpse behind the scenes and learn more about some of our most iconic national parks, join me for “Yellowstone and Other Stories!” starting Wednesday July 8.
This four-segment paid class will run on consecutive Wednesdays starting July 8 at 11:00 a.m. Mountain Time, and if you’re unable to make the call live, a recording of each park segment will be emailed to you afterwards.
For just $77 U.S. you can have a front row seat for an in-depth experience of Yellowstone, Glacier and Grand Canyon national parks, which are on many people’s lifetime bucket lists to visit.
In each episode you’ll hear some memorable stories of my own for that particular park. I’ll also share other stories showing how these national parks bring people together, transcend barriers and boundaries. and illuminate the importance of education and stewardship in preserving these places for future generations.
In each episode we’ll also dive into:
The history of that particular park from its early inhabitants to today;
How It Became A National Park;
Geology, Flora and Fauna;
Insider Tips and Safety Considerations;
What We Have Learned and What We Might Continue to Learn From This Place;
For $77 U.S. You’ll Receive:
Access to all four calls, which will be recorded, followed by a Q and A session available for people who are able to join the call live. The Q and A segment for each park will not be recorded to respect people’s privacy.
Here’s the Schedule for the four-part “Yellowstone, and Other Stories!” which starts on Wednesday July 8 at 11 a.m. Mountain Time:
Greater Yellowstone: Wild Heart of the American West
Wednesday July 8 from 11 a.m. to 12 noon M.S.T.
Greater Yellowstone: Birthplace of an American Idea
Wednesday July 15 from 11 a.m.-12 noon MST
Glacier Country: Crown of the Continent
Wednesday July 22 from 11 a.m.-12 noon MST
Grand Canyon Country: Like No Place On Earth
Wednesday July 29 from 11 a.m. -12 noon MST
National parks are unique and irreplaceable, and for most of us they are a once-in-a-lifetime destination. Many people feel uncertain about traveling this summer and beyond, yet they want to stay connected and learn about national parks and other places they’d like to visit. They still want nature connection and to enjoy and experience that with others.
That’s the reason and motivation for me bringing this unique opportunity to you at this time, and I hope you will join me for four consecutive Wednesdays starting July 8.
Even if you’re not thinking about traveling right now or anytime soon, you can learn more about these inconic national parks in anticipation of a future trip!
Visit this link to book your spot today: Yellowstone and Other Stories Four Part National Parks Series