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Y2Y Advisor Harvey Locke to Deliver Keynote Address at Reimagine Symposium

The Reimagine Symposium in Park City, Utah, uses the environmental humanities to inspire a revitalized narrative for threatened western landscapes and vanishing wildlife.

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March 30, 2015

Park City, Utah – Renowned conservationist and Y2Y co-founder Harvey Locke will provide the keynote address at the 2015 Reimagine Western Landscapes Symposium, On Behalf of Wild Nature.

Locke's presentation, called Nature Needs Half: Large Landscape Conservation and the Survival of Nature in the 21st Centurywill take place on Saturday, April 11, 7 pm at the Swaner Preserve and Eco-Center, 1258 Center Drive, Park City, Utah. Click here for advance tickets.

This year’s symposium, in partnership with the University of Utah’s College of Humanities, Park City Film Series and Utah Open Lands, will also host a film screening with a panel discussion and wildlife observations in Summit County, Utah, April 9-11.

“The symposium events seek to elevate our compassion and understanding for the natural world by using the power of narratives with multiple perspectives to touch the human spirit and inspire action on behalf of nature,” said Leslie Miller, Reimagine program director. “The 2015 symposium will continue to demonstrate the strengths of the humanities as we explore new ways of seeing the world beyond self.”

The Reimagine Western Landscapes Initiative uses the environmental humanities to inspire the will to act for human and natural world prosperity. The symposium is an educational forum, open to the public.

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For interview requests, contact:
Fraser Los, Communications Manager, Y2Y
403-609-2666 ext 5 | fraser@y2y.net

For information about the event, contact:
Leslie Miller, Reimagine Program Director
801-916-8046 | reimaginelives@gmail.com