Earlier this month, Alison M. Jones, NWNL Director and Lead Photographer, was part of the 2-day event, “Pathfinders: Women of The Explorers Club Symposium.” In one of 10 sessions titled, “In Danger! Places Worth Preserving!”, Alison shared her NWNL documentation of Kenya’s Mau Forest, the source of the Mara River. The health of this forest, and thus this river, is critical to the future of the unique Serengeti-Mara Ecosystem, its iconic wildlife and 1.1 million Kenyans and Tanzanians. Hear from Alison and other inspiring women explorers dedicated to documenting and preserving our natural world below.
We would like to give a special thanks to our partner, The Explorers Club, for hosting this event and continuously supporting NWNL’s Mission to raise freshwater awareness.
No Water No Life® is an LLC project founded in 2006 to raise awareness of the values and vulnerability of our freshwater resources, plus solutions to their sustainable management. NWNL Director and lead photographer Alison M Jones is Sr Fellow of International League of Conservation Photographers and International League of Conservation Writers, a Fellow of The Explorers Club, and member of North American Nature Photography Assoc., Society of Environmental Journalists, Tewksbury Land Trust Board (NJ), and other related organizations.
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