How Does Water Matter in the West?

Thu, Mar 3rd, 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Mar
3
Thu

6:00pm - 7:00pm

March 2022

The Community Library

415 Spruce Ave, Sun Valley, ID 83353, USA

The Community Library
208-726-3493

Heather Hansman is a freelance writer and editor. She writes about a range of topics: from butchers to birth control, though, most of what she covers happens outside. She is interested in the intersection of science, adventure, and culture and is the environmental columnist for Outside online. She also writes for The Guardian, Sierra, and The New York Times.

Heather’s first book, “Downriver: Into the Future of Water in the West,” was published by the University of Chicago Press in 2019. It details her trip down the length of the Green River and the water system in the Western U.S. Her second book, “Powder Days: Ski Bums, Ski Towns, and the Future of Chasing Snow,” was released in November of 2021 and is about the fantasy of living the ski bum dream, and why it’s not always as dreamy as it seems.

Register at www.comlib.org to join us in person. Proof of Vaccination and Masks are required. The event will also stream on Vimeo and will be available to watch live or later: https://vimeo.com/659458656

Iconoclast Books will be on site selling books and a book signing will follow Heather’s presentation.

Part of the 2022 Winter Read. Read more here: https://comlib.org/programs-and-exhibits/winter-read/

In partnership with the Sun Valley Writers’ Conference.

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