Native Montanan Nathan Baillet will speak at the Feb. 19 Yellowstone Valley Audubon Society meeting about his contribution to the recent anthology "Animals and the Environment: Advocacy, activism, and the quest for common ground."
The presentation will be at the Mayflower Congregational Church on the corner of Rehberg Lane and Poly Drive beginning at 7 p.m.
The anthology advances the thought that contemporary earth and animal activists rarely collaborate and neither seem to have much concern for the other. If earth and animal advocates are able to move beyond philosophical differences both will be more effective. The message provides inspiration to leaders and followers of clubs.
Armed with degrees in philosophy, economics, history, management and an MBA, Baillet offers unique perspectives to strengthen conservation clubs and organizations.