David Suzuki Book Tour: SOLD OUT!

LIVE YouTube Webcast Sponsored by WFCU

Windsor – Due to overwhelming response, the Essex Region Conservation Foundation has announced the David Suzuki book tour event on June 22nd is sold out.

“We are thrilled with the response from our community to join us in welcoming David Suzuki to our region with his book tour,” said Richard Wyma, Executive Director.  “Hosting this event is a great way to remind not only the next generation of environmentalists, but all of us that every effort we make, takes us closer to our goal of a sustainable environment.”

Through a sponsorship from Windsor Family Credit Union, this presentation will also be available for a live webcast in high-definition at no charge to all interested schools and the general public, allowing everyone to hear his inspiring message on living with courage, conviction and passion.

“We are happy to be a part of this opportunity to bring Canada’s most renowned and honoured scientist into classrooms across Windsor and Essex County,” said Martin J. Komsa, President and Chief Executive Officer, WFCU.

The webcast can be see here, both live at 10:00 a.m. and after the event.

Letters to My Grandchildren provides us an intimate look at Suzuki’s life as a father and grandfather, and is full of stories about his own childhood. He challenges his grandchildren – and us – to do everything at full tilt and most of all, to live with courage and conviction.

DAVID SUZUKI is an internationally renowned geneticist, environmentalist, and co-founder of the David Suzuki Foundation. He’s hosted the award-winning CBC program, The Nature of Things, for over thirty years and written more than 40 books, including those for children. He is the recipient of the Right Livelihood Award and has been named a Companion to the Order of Canada. He’s the proud grandfather of six grandkids

THE ESSEX REGION CONSERVATION FOUNDATION supports ERCA by raising the funds required to reforest and green the Essex region, protect those significant natural areas that remain, support nature in education, protect cultural heritage, and increase green connections through acquiring and developing trails.