South San Juan Broadband • Entered by Carole McWilliams on February 24, 2021

Fear, Wild Things, and Coexisting with Predators

January 18, 2021

Participants and Hours

Pre Planning hours 4
Post Admin hours 2
Activity Hours 2
Participants 47
Total Hours 100

Key Issue: Wildlife Protection
Activity Type: Broadband Meeting (prep, implementation & follow up)
Key Partners: Northern San Juan Broadband
Landscape/area: San Juan National Forest (1864595 acres)

Short Description of Activity

Dr. Joanna Lambert, CU Professor, gave an inspiring talk

Reflection/Evaluation

Information about the evolution of humans and large predators, the science of fear in human and animal brains, and how humans can learn to overcome fear using a different part of our brain, the prefrontal cortex. Also, the importance of gathering diverse perspectives together in discussion with compassion and empathy.

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