When: Thursday, May 6th, 2021, 6:30 p.m.
Where: Zoom, RSVP required
Staff Council will host adventurer Scott Robinson for a travelogue of his 2019 five-month expedition down the Missouri River from Three Forks, Montana to St. Louis, Missouri. Scott will share photos and stories of this epic 2,341 mile journey. Follow the footsteps of Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery with the Corps of Rediscovery.
Scott Robinson has traveled extensively throughout the U.S. and around the world. He earned a degree in Mechanical Engineering in Arizona and raised a family in Colorado. Scott and his partner Margie (a CU Staff member in the Office of Advancement) have hiked and adventured many miles, including backpacking through canyons in Utah, paddling down the Green River, and hiking segments of the Colorado Trail. In 2016, Scott completed Doug Hill's yearlong Gone Feral apprenticeship program for an introduction to primitive outdoor living skills in Colorado's Front Range Mountains. In 2019 Scott completed a 5-month expedition on the Missouri with the Corps of Rediscovery.
RSVP Required. Visit our Zoom registration page to register and be sent the link to the talk.