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Thursday: Terry Tempest Williams: Our Public Lands at the Center for the Arts, 7 PM
Acclaimed writer, activist and teacher Terry Tempest Williams will present an ode to the complexity and continuity of our public lands, as exemplified by our national parks and monuments and as captured in her new book, The Hour of Land: A Personal Topography of America’s National Parks.
Friday: Adventure, Inspired featuring Stacy Bare at the Center for the Arts, 7 PM
Stacy Bare, 2015 SHIFT Adventure Athlete award-winner, introduces the 2016 SHIFT Award winners and The Venture Collective, an effort to model responsible recreation as a behavioral norm, and introduces a program of films that inspire athletes to protect the places in which they play.
Saturday: The People’s Banquet featuring Steven Rinella at the Center for the Arts, 5 PM
The People’s Banquet reprises the foodie event of the year in Jackson Hole’s premier performing arts center for a celebration of the local food system. The evening will begin with cocktails and hor d’ouevres, followed, at 6:30 p.m., by a presentation by renowned hunter/gatherer Steven Rinella. After an onstage interview with Whit Fosburgh and Q&A from the audience, the banquet begins at 8:00.
Thursday-Saturday: The 2016 SHIFT Summit at Snow King Hotel, 8 AM-4 PM.
The SHIFT Summit, which will be held at the Snow King Resort Hotel Oct. 13-15, includes panel discussions, breakout groups, and networking opportunities that explore the nexus of outdoor recreation and conservation—specifically the public land transfer movement, funding for public lands, and next generation engagement.