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Oct
16
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The Real World is Virtual: How Digital Landscapes Can Save Actual Landscapes @ Canyon Community Center
Oct 16 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Real World is Virtual: How Digital Landscapes Can Save Actual Landscapes @ Canyon Community Center | Hurricane | Utah | United States

Join Terrain.org editor-in-chief Simmons Buntin for an interactive lecture on behalf of Zion Canyon Mesa at the doorstep of Zion National Park.

Terrain Publishing director and Terrain.org editor-in-chief Simmons Buntin is giving a guest lecture for Zion Mesa Canyon at the Canyon Community Center in Springdale, Utah, a gateway community to Zion National Park, on Saturday, October 16, at 7 p.m. The lecture is free and open to the public and may also be available via Zoom.

Can something that is inherently placeless help us save our most important places?

The answer, believes Buntin, is yes. In this lecture, the journal’s founder and primary editor will discuss how Terrain.org–the world’s longest publishing online environmental literary journal–came to be, how it has evolved to be more responsive in our rapidly changing physical and political environment, and the imperatives and opportunities for Terrain.org and other digital media to help preserve our most important landscapes.