Conversation with Carl Safina and Isabella Rossellini
Carl Safina is a MacArthur Fellow, a world-renowned ecologist, and one of America’s most popular writers about nature. And Isabella Rossellini is an actress, activist, filmmaker, author, and animal lover who is treasured in our community and around the globe. On Sunday, September 27th, at 2 pm, these two luminaries will sit socially distanced at CEED’s backyard, and chat about animal behavior, their travels and adventures, and how to save the natural world.
In addition, they’ll take questions from you and a small audience (40 people total)!
After the discussion, you will have the opportunity to purchase a signed copy of Carl’s new book Becoming Wild: How Animal Cultures Raise Families, Create Beauty, and Enjoy Peace. This is a unique chance to be a part of a conversation with two of the most passionate voices for animals, wildlife, and conservation. We hope you join us on Sunday, September 27th, at 2 pm.
The fee for this program, which will benefit CEED, is $25. Purchase of Becoming Wild is additional. Click below to register.
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