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"Capturing the Wisdom of Environmental Elders": A Screening & Party!
Thursday, June 7, 2012 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (PDT)
Mill Valley, CA
Join Huey D. Johnson and friends for a celebration!
What can environmental trailblazers of the past several decades teach us
about passing on environmental values, lessons, courage and history?
"Capturing the Wisdom of Environmental Elders Through Storytelling"
7 J U N E , 2 0 1 2
5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
W H E R E ?
Mill Valley Community Center, Cascade Room
180 Camino Alto, Mill Valley, CA 94941
W H A T & W H Y ?
Join Huey Johnson and RRI for an exclusive preview screening of elder interviews and celebration of our Environmental Elders, including such Bay Area heroes as Marty Griffin, Sylvia McLaughlin, Bill Kortum, and others. Plus we'll get Huey to tell some stories live at the event!
Wine + beer + snacks by Cooks and Company
P R O G R A M S C H E D U L E ?
5:30- 6:30: Arrival, Food Service
6:30: Program & Screening Begins
W H O ?
Friends and family are welcome, please RSVP so we can plan for food
When & Where
Resource Renewal Institute
Founded in 1985 by environmental stalwart Huey D. Johnson, Resource Renewal Institute continues to push the environmental conversation forward while staying grounded in the principles of the public trust.
About Huey D. Johnson, President and Founder: Mr. Johnson's early career included serving as the Western Regional Director and later president of The Nature Conservancy where he was instrumental in many Western conservation victories such as Maui's Seven Sacred Pools and Marin County's Bolinas Lagoon and Marincello. Mr. Johnson founded The Trust for Public Land and The Grand Canyon Trust, as well as the international arm of Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Wangari Maathai's Green Belt Movement.
Among numerous awards, Mr. Johnson received the 2009 Armory Pugsley Medal for outstanding promotion and development of public parks in the United States. In 2001 he received the United Nations Sasakawa Environment Prize, capping five decades of success building political coalitions to achieve substantive policy change.
An active sportsman in his late 70's, Mr. Johnson has two grown children and two grandchildren and lives with his wife Susan near San Francisco, CA.