Date(s) - Fri, Feb 01, 2019
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
LL Bean hosts a lecture series on Friday evenings from January through April. These are events run by LL Bean. They are here on the MOAC calendar to make membership aware of them. Questions should be addressed to LL Bean. These events are held in the camping department atrium. MOACers often gather for a nightcap after.
Through video, photographs and his own words, Matthew Dickerson will share some of his experiences spending four consecutive weeks in Glacier National Park (Montana) as the June 2017 Artist-in-Residence. Dickerson spent time with rangers, National Park Service fisheries biologists, USGS fisheries and aquatic invertebrate biologists, studying river and stream ecology, with a focus on the protection and restoration of the park’s iconic native westslope cutthroat trout and bull trout.
Along with more general observations about the park, he will share some of what he has learned about the past, present and future of these fish and the rivers where they live, including some beautiful underwater videography of wild cutthroat.
Event Creator Details
- Name : Peter