National Geographic Presents

An Evening of Field Research & Exploration

Saturday, February 11th at 7:30pm at the Strand Union Building on the campus of Montana State University. Doors open at 7:00pm and admission is free, but first come, first served.  Featuring John Francis, Mike Fay and Conrad Anker, Fay will share highlights from his 1,800-mile trek through the entire redwoods range and his current work on resource use and ecosystem balance in Alaska and British Columbia.  Anker will recount his 275-mile journey on foot through the remote Chang Tang to witness the high-altitude calving grounds of the elusive Tibetan antelope.  For more information, call 994-7275 or MSU online.

Young Explorers Grants Workshop

Earlier in the day, from 9:45am - 3:00pm in Gaines Hall, Room 101, National Geographic will host  a Young Explorers Grants Workshop, taught by grant committee members.  The workshop, including breakfast and lunch, is free.  Eligible participants must be age 18 to 25 and be in pursuit of research, exploration and conservation-based field projects. For details and limited registration, go to National Geographic. Space is limited, so sign up early!

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