The year 2020 was like no other, and we found ourselves pressing pause, pivoting, disconnecting, and disengaging. Moving forward in 2021, we are coming up for air and figuring out how we press play on our lives.
The Food for Thought series continues its pursuit of three goals – to restart, revive, and reconnect. This month’s topic is sustainability and hiking. Join the conversation on Thursday, August 19 at 12:30PM ET on @BFPLNY’s Instagram Live, with speakers Haley Toy & Gary Huey from Leave No Trace who will provide tips on how to enjoy nature responsibly and limit your footprint.
We want to hear from you!
Submit a question anonymously for the speakers to answer during their discussion on August 19.
Similar to last year, the Food for Thought series features influential voices from various fields and the public is invited to directly engage in the conversation by submitting a question anonymously in advance of the event.
WATCH the event on @BFPLNY’s Instagram Live, as part of Brookfield Place’s digital programming.
About Leave No Trace
The Leave No Trace Center for Outdoor Ethics protects the outdoors by teaching and inspiring people to enjoy it responsibly. The Center accomplishes this mission by delivering cutting-edge education and research to millions of people every year.
About the Speakers
Subaru/Leave No Trace team members Haley Toy and Gary Huey met while spending a semester of college in Yosemite National Park taking academic and outdoor leadership & ethics courses. Since then, they have traveled together by foot, car, and van to many national parks, states, and landmarks which has grown their passion for educating diverse communities about the importance of protecting our public lands. Combining their experience in graphic design, marketing, storytelling and photography, their environmental education approach is mobilized by their creative skills and their perspective of inclusivity within the outdoors.