Brad Grossman via Crowdrise
June 29, 2010
BENEFITING: Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center
EVENT DATE: Aug 15, 2010
(Formerly Big Game Alaska)
Photos-Courtesy of Steve Mendive (Board Member, AWCC)
I am very excited to have been invited to join old friends and colleagues as they embark on plans to build a state-of-the-art education, conservation, and science institute dedicated to raising awareness for bears of Alaska on the campus of the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center.
Our crowdprise team consists of the following entities:
Board Member, Steve Mendive
Executive Director, Mike Miller http:www.alaskawildlife.org
Director of Education & Outreach, Kelly Miller
Director of Operations & Business Planning, Ethan Tyler
Development Consultant (Parker Horn), Lisa Parker http://www.parkerhorn.com/contact.html
Project Contractor, Jordan Schaul
Museum Consultant, Jessica Brainard http://www.jessicabrainard.com
Exhibit Designer (The Sibbett Group (The San Francisco Bay Area)) http://www.sibbettgroup.com/index.html
Z Architects, Girdwood, Alaska
Celebrity Spokesperson (Actress & Media Trainer, Sandra Dee Robinson)
This proposed interpretive learning center (B.E.A.R.S. of Alaska) will be a welcomed addition to the already spacious and natural bear enclosures that have drawn many visitors to the center, including many prominent professionals from zoological parks and other conservation facilities in the lower 48 states and from around the world. The AWCC displays and provides sanctuary for several North American carnivores, including two species of bears, rehabilitated wild canids and felids of circumpolar regions of the Northern hemisphere. The AWCC has most recently been recognized for their state-endorsed and supported reintroduction of the functionally extinct (extinct in AK) wood bison, the largest, terrestrial mammal in North America. If you are interested in this project, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the additional information please visit this page:
Promotional Video for B.E.A.R.S.
Promotional Video for Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center
Personal Statement (June 1, 2010)
See the Brochure on B.E.A.R.S.