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An event supporting Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation
Join Us on October 25th,2011 at the historic Ellen Theatre
Beer/Wine and Hors D’Oeuvres at 6:00PM
Presentation at 7:30 PM
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Céline Cousteau, daughter of ocean explorer and filmmaker Jean-Michel Cousteau and granddaughter of the legendary Jacques Yves Cousteau, travels the world, studying the intersection of nature and culture. From the jungles of the Amazon to remote areas near the Arctic, people have always maintained strong connections with the world around them. Cousteau reveals how our cultures and the plants and animals that surround us are all interconnected, showing that protection of the environment is also protection for our diverse cultures.
Jon Bowermaster is a noted oceans expert, award-winning journalist, author, filmmaker, adventurer and six-time grantee of the National Geographic Expeditions Council. He has explored the world’s oceans by foot, small plane, sailboat, cargo ship and sea kayak. After 15 years of exploration, Jon is excited to bring his unique “Notes From Sea Level” to the Bozeman community.
Hours D’Oeuvres generously provided by: Venus Catering, Chickpea Cafe, Just a Taste Catering, and Food for Thought Deli.
Beer/Wine will be available but not provided.
Special Thanks to Blue Ocean Innovation Center