Campfire Conversations with Ed Anderson
November 3
Starting at 7pm









34 Attending

Campfire Conversations with Ed Anderson

Join us for our next Campfire Conversation with our favorite visual storyteller Ed Anderson, Nov 3rd, 7pm MST With host Land Tawney


Ed is a remarkable artist, storyteller, world traveler and businessman… we hear he can fish too.  Learn more about Ed and his work at the following links *** make sure to watch the video at the bottom of the home page


One of our Corporate Conservation Partners has given us gifts to give to all of you that join the conversation as a thank you for all you Campfire Circle members do!

RSVP below to receive the link and join the conversation!


Campfire Conversations are an ongoing series of small, intimate virtual conversations, hosted for our BHA Campfire Circle Members, with featured guests who are some of our favorite folks in and around our public land, water, and wildlife.  Join in for a listen and ask any questions you like; get to know new people, learn something new about fellow public landowners you think you know, or have a conversation with an old friend. 


If you have friends and family, or, know other BHA members that would be interested in joining the conversation , please send them this email with a personal note and invite them to join us next week!


Being the one that gets to invite our guest to the campfire, I get to ask them some questions of my own, they are called the

Campfire Conversation Quickie Questions… and here is what Ed had to say:


  • If you could spend time around a campfire with anyone, who would it be and why?

Hemingway in the drunken Cuba way… not romantic novel guy. Arguably the standard of Americanism!


  • If you were an animal or plant what would you be and why?

No idea


  • Tell us about a place on public land or water you think is most remarkable and why?

Any place still, away from people, quiet enough to remind you to be humble while nature sneaks up on you.  I’m partials to the mountains of Idaho and the ocean flats of Florida.


  • Tell us about a humbling experience you have experienced outdoors?

Pick any storm that’s blown up on me in either of those places… it’s happened more than I’d like to admit.


  • What are you most optimistic about when it comes to wild public land, water and wildlife?

I’m hopeful for Florida’s water issues. The conservation community has motivated lots of initiatives and cash toward restoring freshwater drainage through the Everglades.  Luckily we’re gonna go check it out with Cal November 2023!!!

Join in the fun and pull your camp chair up to the fire!  What questions would you like to ask or topics would you like to discuss?

Hit the link below to RSVP and you will receive a Zoom link in your email.

November 03, 2022 at 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Rachel Schmidt ·
Michael Nelson Brady Fryberger Rachel Schmidt Steven Gale Gregory Whalin Doug Okland Jeffrey Hancock Greg Kvale Scott Mylnechuk Scott Callaghan Ted Koch Derek Sheehan Don Rank Barry Whitehill Nathan Johnson Nathan Voris Katherine McKalip Chris Davis Michael Abell Matt Little Josh Mills Erin Nuzzo Michael Prorock

Who's RSVPing

Rachel Schmidt
Doug Okland
Jeffrey Hancock
Greg Kvale
Ted Koch
Derek Sheehan
Nathan Voris
Katherine McKalip
Michael Abell
Matt Little

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