Photographer/folksinger Stoltz Presents "Forever Wild- 2006" at Albertson College of Idaho
2006. 04. 06.
CALDWELL (Idaho) – Journey into some of the last untouched places in the country through photography, writing, and song as photographer/folksinger Walkin' Jim Stoltz presents Forever Wild- 2006 an award-winning, multi-media celebration of American wilderness.
The event will take place Wednesday April 19 at 7:30 in the Langroise Recital Hall. The event is free and open to the public.
Stoltz has been taking long-distance hikes since 1974 and has walked over 26,000 miles in some of America's last untouched places. In Forever Wild- 2006 Stoltz will show his inspiring photographs and perform his original backcountry ballads inspired by his journeys.
This year marks 20th anniversary of Stoltz touring America with Forever Wild. This year, with Forever Wild-2006, his goal is to visit all 50 states, perform 100 free events, and encourage 100,000 calls and letters in his effort to save the wilderness for the future.
The event is sponsored by the CofI Outdoor Program, TERRA, Idaho Rivers United, Idaho Conservation League, Save Our Wild Salmon, Backcountry Hunters and Anglers, Northwest Coalition for Alternatives to Pesticides
For more information, visit the Forever Wild website at www.foreverwild.info.