Winter Adventure Series - Brennan Lagasse (Thursday, Feb 15)

Winter Adventure Series - Brennan Lagasse (Thursday, Feb 15)


"A Night for the Arctic Refuge"
Brennan Lagasse, Educator/Ski Guide, Tahoe City, CA

Thursday, February 15, 2018

  • 6:00 p.m. Doors Open Mammoth Lakes Welcome Center. Presentation starts
  • 7:00 p.m. Mammoth Ranger Station Auditorium. 

Brennan is a passionate writer, educator, and mountain guide. His writing and guiding work has brought him to all seven of the world’s continents. He finds inspiration backcountry skiing, but is just as inspired facilitating open, honest, and dynamic classroom spaces. Not only does Brennan travel extensively to ski and guide, but he also presents and attends conferences ranging from the Teacher for Social Justice Conference to the Public Interest Environmental Law Conference enhancing his knowledge base and experience in the current field of sustainability. His writings reflect a diversity of travel and a pursuit of life-long learning. He has been published as a travel, music, adventure, ski, and activist writer. These works have been published both domestically and also abroad; they can be found in various forms of online media, newspapers, and magazines with his culminating Master’s work available in book form.Currently, Brennan is an adjunct faculty member at Sierra Nevada College in the Interdisciplinary Studies and Environmental Science departments. He also teaches Wilderness Survival at Truckee Meadows Community College.Brennan’s continued mission at Sierra Nevada College is to inspire his students to become aware, critical, well-rounded liberal arts students. He hopes to pass on the knowledge shared with him through his studies and continue to produce knowledge with his students as they pass through their time at Sierra Nevada College and beyond.

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