Seer of the Sierras
Crater Lake National Park
On May 28 1892, in San Francisco, California, conservationist John Muir founded the Sierra Club. Along with many hikers and wilderness travellers, Muir shared a vision of regional heritage sites set aside for public reach, enjoyment, and introduction to nature’s beauty and spectacle. Muir had…
FOUNDATION’S NAMESAKE HONOURED WITH SPECIAL GREETINGS FROM THE GOVERNOR GENERAL OF CANADA
On This Day in 1902, Crater Lake National Park was established. As the deepest lake in the United States of America – 592 m (1943 ft) – it is actually the remaining cauldron or caldera of an ancient volcano called Mount Mazama that exploded…
Contributing to UN discussions on Sustainable Development
Recently members of the Foundation’s Board of Directors travelled to Sault Ste. Marie to participate in one of the City’s 100th Anniversary celebrations.
On June 7, 2011 I attended on behalf of The Roberta Bondar Foundation, a Toronto Consultation on the United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (Rio+20).