Conserving Our Future: the What and Why of Weird Weather

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    Thursday, May 20th, 2021

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    At this free online event, you’ll hear a discussion of the impacts of Montana's weird weather from the perspective of our panel: a doctor, financial advisor, and a Montana rancher! Then Dr. Scott Denning from Colorado State University will explain the "why" of weird weather as ‘Simple, Serious, and Solvable.’

    You’ll come away from this event with a more solid understanding of the changing Montana weather, what to be on the lookout for, and some real solutions for conserving our forests, land, rivers, and air for future generations.

    The speakers include:
    Marian Kummer, a retired doctor from Billings MT
    Logan Mannix, a rancher with Mannix Grassfed Beef from Helmville MT
    Paul Herendeen, from Clearwater Credit Union, Missoula MT
    Dr. Scott Denning, an atmospheric scientist from Colorado State University

    Register for the online Zoom event here:

    This event is presented by the Conservative Caucus of Citizens’ Climate Lobby Montana.

    Price: Free

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