LINCOLN, Neb. – Join the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission on March 11 for a virtual webinar entitled Wilderness Warriors: Theodore Roosevelt and the Women of Conservation.
This free, hour-long event, held in conjunction with Nebraska Outdoor Women’s Month, will begin at 6:30 p.m. Central time.
Roosevelt brought his love and training as a naturalist to the forefront as the 26th president of the United States, saving more than 230 million acres of land for public enjoyment, including nature reserves and public hunting lands. He was influenced by many women who took their love of birds, hunting, wilderness and preservation as their calling.
Adam Lindquist, a Roosevelt impersonator, will give his talk from the perspective of the president. Event attendees will learn Roosevelt’s story and those of the influential women who changed the American landscape for the better.
Registration is required and can be completed by visiting the calendar entry for the event at calendar.outdoornebraska.gov.
The event will be recorded and posted to the Nebraska Game and Parks Education Channel on YouTube.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or for more information. Also, check out the events on the Game and Parks’ Facebook page and the Nebraska Wildlife Education Facebook page.