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The Environmental Ethics of Burning Man

Exploring the environmental impact and ethic of the Burning Man event is a topic that expands far beyond the beautiful and seductive Black Rock desert. The student chapter of the Society for Range Management at the University of Nevada, Reno is delighted to host Will Roger Peterson, Founding Member, Burning Man Project and Director of Nevada Relations who will provide us with an insider’s perspective on Managing Black Rock City and the Spread of its Culture. Please join us on February 20th as we begin an educational journey intended to expand our knowledge of the many facets of the Burning Man phenomenon and the role it may play in shaping the Black Rock desert landscape today and for many years to come.

Thursday, February 20, 2014 at 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center, Wells Fargo Room
39.5433916198639, -119.815739840269

Event Type

Lectures and Seminars


Agriculture, Nutrition & Vet Sciences, College of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Natural Resources





Free, but must register


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Amanda Wartgow

Amanda Wartgow left a positive review 2/19/2014

This event was very well put together, Will Roger is a phenomenal speaker and I was glad to get an opportunity to hear more about the inter-workings of burning man and the culture that goes along with it, and tri tip appetizer afterwards was so delicious!

Ralph K Phillips

Ralph K Phillips 2/20/2014

The lecture is sold out. Only those with confirmed reservations will be admitted.

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