Conservation Alliance breakfast keynote speech by Terry Tempest Williams, courtesy of SNEWS®

SNEWS® Live: Terry Tempest Williams was the recent keynote speaker at the Conservation Alliance Breakfast during Outdoor Retailer Winter Market on Sunday, January 28. We are providing the entire audio of her speech available for download as a service to the Conservation Alliance and its membership.
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SNEWS® Live: Terry Tempest Williams was the recent keynote speaker at the Conservation Alliance Breakfast during Outdoor Retailer Winter Market on Sunday, January 28. Williams is a writer, conservationist, and passionate advocate for public lands. Newsweek called her “a person most likely to have a social and political impact on the American West.” Terry’s book, Refuge: An Unnatural History of Family and Place, is regarded as a classic in American nature writing. She is a strong proponent for protecting North America’s iconic wild places.

SNEWS® was there to tape the entire talk, one which brought tears to the eyes of many attendees. As a service to the Conservation Alliance and its membership, we are providing the entire audio of the talk here, available for all to listen to. Keep in mind, it is a 40mb download, so you will absolutely want a broadband connection.

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