The Role of Adventure and Community Outreach in Conservation
Featuring TNC-WY Community Ecologist Trevor Bloom
Join Trevor Bloom for an exciting evening of documentary film, science and conversation! The evening will open with a screening of Trevor’s 15-minute film Climb-It Change.
Following a brief Q&A, Trevor will dive deeper into his ongoing research on the dynamics of climate change, snow, wildfire and ecology in the Rocky Mountains. He will discuss trends in temperature and snow in the Rockies, and how these drive ecological processes.
Join us to learn more, get inspired and find out how you can get involved!
About Trevor Bloom
Trevor Bloom was raised in Jackson, Wyoming, and is a Community Ecologist with The Nature Conservancy, Research Associate with the Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative and a tour operator for Guides of Jackson Hole.
Trevor’s research focuses primarily on how climate change has and will shift the range of high-elevation plant species and the wildlife that depend on them. Trevor also leads numerous community projects where citizen scientists and volunteers actively engage in research and conservation.