Dallas Spring Party

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The Nature Conservancy in Texas says
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On April 7, embark on a journey at the 2017 Dallas Spring Party! Join The Nature Conservancy at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden for an inspiring evening with award-winning National Geographic photographer Pete McBride. A seasoned traveler who’s trekked through 65 countries and roamed all seven continents, McBride will share some of his most electrifying tales as a world-traveling photographer and features writer.

Born in Basalt, Colorado, McBride has spent more than 20 years expressing his love of nature through photography, filmmaking, writing and speaking. His work for National Geographic has taken him from the peaks of Mount Everest to the natural wonders in his own backyard. Known for his love of challenging projects and a wicked sense of humor, McBride’s experiences are truly one of a kind.

During the evening, McBride will lead us on Adventures on the Wild River, a breathtaking account of his voyages along the Colorado River. With its dramatic canyons and whitewater rapids, the 1,450-mile Colorado is a study in stark beauty—but its crisp waters also provide drinking water for more than 30 million people.

McBride’s commitment to protecting the Colorado River makes him a perfect fit for our annual Dallas Spring Party. The Conservancy strives to conserve water both in Texas and globally. In Texas, we’ve protected over 200 miles of rivers and streams. With more than 500 freshwater project sites around the world, we are changing the way we approach and develop solutions to some of the greatest freshwater challenges.

Join us on April 7 at 6 p.m. at the Dallas Arboretum for a party you won’t want to miss!

To purchase tickets or become a sponsor, visit the link below or contact Madeline Luft at madline.luft@tnc.org or 214-821-6081. To ensure sponsor recognition in the invitation, please respond to sponsorship commitment b

y January 27, 2017.
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By: The Nature Conservancy in Texas

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