The Environmental Musician receives grant from the Jane Goodall Institute of Canada to initiate "Music for Conservation"
By The Environmental Musician
The Environmental musician has received a grant from the Jane Goodall Institute of Canada to initiate a project called "Music for Conservation." The project will bring together local biologists and musicians to present their research and perform their songs in support of conservation. The collaboration hopes to raise awareness and funds for local wildlife species. The first presentation will take place virtually via Zoom on Thursday, May 5th from 7-8 p.m. CT and will include a presentation from Dr. Craig Willis who is a bat biologist, as well as a performance by Raine Hamilton. The second presentation will take place via Zoom on May 9th from 7-8 p.m. CT and will include a presentation by Sarah Falconer who is a research conservation technician at the Assiniboine Park Zoo, as well as a performance by The Dum Dee Da's. The final presentation will take place live at Oak Hammock Marsh on May 14th from 1-2 p.m. CT and will include an owl presentation by Dr. Jim Duncan who is the an owl biologist, as well as a performance by The Environmental Musician. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the Zoom link. We look forward to seeing you there!