Sunday Reminder

“Most people are far removed from a deep connection with nature, because they have few opportunities to be in nature on a regular basis. Many people today often feel isolated and alone, but if we can connect with nature, it is like greeting a good friend, a valued partner whose very presence nourishes you.” –Tarthang Tulku, Love of Beauty

“Quotes Conversations Special Edition” is a monthly 75-minute Zoom session featuring a 45-minute interview, followed by Q & A. The program features a special guest who is performing inspiring humanitarian work with grace, intelligence, and open heartedness – someone we all would like to hear and get to know.

NEXT QCSE SESSION: Sunday February 14, 2021

Time: 9 AM – 10:15 AM Pacific Time

Interview: Doug Chadwick

Title: “How We Think About Nature and Ourselves”

To Register:

Bio: Douglas H. Chadwick is a wildlife biologist who studied mountain goat ecology and social behavior atop the Crown of the Continent for seven years. He has since worked as a natural history journalist, producing 14 popular books and hundreds of magazine articles, many of them for the National Geographic Society, on subjects from snow leopards, to great whales, to grizzly bears in the Gobi Desert. Chadwick is a founding Board member of the Vital Ground Foundation, a conservation land trust (, and serves on the Board of the Liz Claiborne Art Ortenberg Foundation, which supports wildlife research and community conservation programs throughout the world ( 

This spring, Doug’s new book, Four-Fifths A Grizzly: A Fresh Understanding of Nature That Might Save Us All, will be published by Patagonia Books.

Douglas Chadwick book cover
Four Fifths a Grizzly: A Fresh Perspective on Nature That Just Might Save Us All

Recommended donation:  $25. Proceeds are dedicated to the works of Tarthang Tulku and his activities to benefit all sentient beings.

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