In rememberance of Hatfield |

In rememberance of Hatfield

Jack Hatfield was a passionate, unwavering, courageous voice for the wild. We are all better off for Jack’s clear voice for the protection of the wild things and places that define who we are.

If I can anthropomophize — elk, deer, bear, lynx, lion, heron and trout spirits cradle you into eternity.

Thank you Jack. T’was a pleasure.

Sloan Shoemaker

Executive director, Wilderness Workshop

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‘Welcome Strangers’ showing Sunday


Two Rivers Unitarian-Universalist Church, in conjunction with the Roaring Fork Valley’s Interfaith Council and Sanctuary Unidos, is showing a Zoom presentation of the documentary “Welcome Strangers” at 10 a.m. Sunday.

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