Join a Virtual Lunch with Our Conservation & Advocacy Director - Oct 26 & Nov 30

Grab your lunch and join our Conservation & Advocacy Director Betsy Robblee virtually for two upcoming opportunities to chat about conservation at The Mountaineers.
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October 15, 2022
Join a Virtual Lunch with Our Conservation & Advocacy Director - Oct 26 & Nov 30
Lead image of Betsy Robblee hiking Easy Pass, North Cascades National Park.

Whether you’re a total newbie, seasoned advocate, or somewhere in the middle, we encourage all Mountaineers to get involved in conservation and advocacy on behalf of the public lands we love and the outdoor experiences they provide.

In response to your feedback, we’re working to create more opportunities for our members to engage in our conservation and advocacy work. During our April Conservation & Advocacy Town Hall event we heard strong interest in opportunities to engage in outdoor advocacy and connect with our conservation team and other conservation-minded Mountaineers. We hope to grow our community of fierce outdoor advocates to support our collective efforts to protect public lands.

We’re excited to invite you to join our Conservation & Advocacy Director Betsy Robblee online for two casual lunch conversations on October 26 and November 30. Come chat with Betsy to learn more about current conservation initiatives, hear the latest policy developments, and ask questions about Betsy’s work driving partnerships and coalitions, tracking policy, and engaging lawmakers and land managers on issues affecting public lands and the outdoor experience. These virtual lunch sessions will also be great opportunities to provide your feedback to shape the future of this important work. We’re looking forward to hearing from you and what conservation issues you care about.

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We won’t have a strict agenda, as these are meant to be an informal opportunity to help you get to know our staff and learn more about conservation. Betsy is also an avid trail runner, backpacker, and skier, so she’d also love to share her stoke for Washington’s outdoors.

To stay up-to-date on all of our conservation efforts, we encourage you to subscribe  to our monthly conservation newsletter if you haven’t already. Doing so is the best way to stay updated as we roll out more opportunities like this in the future, and you can find great content like our Conservation 101 blog series posts about public lands and advocacy, Mountaineers conservation history, and our conservation education, as well as ways to engage in policy and advocacy.

Thank you for your interest in The Mountaineers conservation and advocacy work, and we hope you’re able to join the fun on October 26  or November 30.