Outdoor recreation is a way for us to relax, recharge and connect with nature, and other people. With trails and other popular recreation areas getting busier, there’s also more pressure on landscapes and wildlife.
What are some steps we can take to better protect the places we love to recreate in and explore?
In a joint event with the National Museum of Wildlife Art, hear from Alyssa Ravasio, founder and CEO of Hipcamp, who will discuss how collaborations, including with private land owners and recreationists, can be part of the decisions and planning that support healthy landscapes for generations to come.
This virtual event will take place on Monday, Dec. 12, 2022 at 6 p.m. Mountain Time. Free registration is required.
About the speaker
Alyssa Ravasio is the founder and CEO of Hipcamp, a global online platform that brings the sharing economy to one of the planet’s most plentiful resources — land. Built on the belief that getting outside should be simple, Hipcamp partners with private landowners across the United States, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom to create new spaces for recreation, increasing access to the outdoors while providing sustainable revenue to protect nature. To date, Hipcamp has unlocked access to more than four million acres of private land and helped people enjoy more than six million nights under the stars.
Alyssa has received industry recognition for her achievement. She has served on the Outdoor Industry Association’s Recreation Advisory Council and in 2022 she was recognized by Outside Business Journal as one of the 20 most influential people in the outdoor industry. Alyssa earned her bachelor’s degree in Digital Democracy and Complexity Science from the University of California, Los Angeles. She lives in the wilds of Marin County with her husband and young son, and one of her deepest passions is shaping how the internet impacts our humanity and our planet.