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You Are Invited! ART of CONSERVATION One-Health MEET-AND-GREET in Tulum

ART of CONSERVATION One-Health MEET-AND-GREET

Please join us for an Art of Conservation Meet-and-Greet

Date: Saturday, July 19, 2014

Time: 16.30 – 18.30

Location: Holistika, Av. Tulum #83
Tulum, Quintana Roo, Mexico.
Parking is available near the entrance of the common area and park. Enter on foot through the white arches, and then take a right. You’ll find us just down a ways on the path.

About Art of Conservation:
Our mission is to inspire children and their families to conserve biodiversity through creative learning and one-health awareness. We design all of our activities to encourage children, families, young adults, collaborating scientists, artists, and educators to explore the many connections between human, animal, and environmental health, and to understand how their actions have a ripple effect in each ecosystem.

Meet and Greet Event:
As you may know, we have just moved our base of operations from Rwanda to Tulum. The move is a big change, to be sure. But we have our reasons, and we’d like to share them with you. We are also very interested in what you think of our ideas for the future.

We have three brief presentations planned, one each by Julie, Lucy, and Ilze. Each will be a show and tell, of sorts, about our mission, history, and future one-health programs. We will continue with refreshments and plenty of time for conversation.

This is an informal gathering, a chance for like-minded people to get together to talk about their work, and plant the seeds for new partnerships. In our experience, one-health conservation works best when it is truly collaborative, cross disciplinary, and multi-dimensional.

Agenda:
Julie – Welcome. History of AoC
Julie Ghrist, Founder and Board President, AoC
AoC Program Director

Lucy – One-health conservation examples: Terrestrial
Dr. Lucy H. Spelman, Vice President, AoC
Zoo and wild animal veterinarian (DVM), author, educator
One-Health Program Coordinator, AoC

Ilze – One-health conservation examples: Aquatic
Dr. Ilze Berzins, Consulting Scientist, AoC
Aquatic animal veterinarian (DVM) at One World, One Water, One Health, LLC, PhD in Ecology, Master’s in Public Health

Catering kindly provided by: Xoco Loco
Thank you Holistika for this lovely opportunity to gather friends and colleagues and special thanks to Denisse Iglesias and Monica King

Questions?
Please feel free to contact
Julie at [email protected] or text at (984) 166.89.97
We look forward to seeing you on the 19th of July!

For more about the Art of Conservation, please visit
www.art-of-conservation.org.