In 2016 we celebreate the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, praised
by Wallace Stegner as "the best idea we ever had" because they preserve grand natural
sustems and allow people a doorway to nature. Others criticize parks for their legacy
of displacing indigenous groups, or for the expansion of federal power on state lands.
Quammen and Tempest Williams will explore how parks like Yellowstone occupy a fraught
social space pulled between visions of American land.
Join us for this unique event:
Wednesday March 9th, 2016 at 7:00pm.
Fort Douglas Post Theatre
245 Fort Douglas Blvd
Buy tickets here