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Motivation enhancement: how goal setting, strategic planning, and closing the deal led to the creation of a conservation structure unique in the world. The roles of motivation, persistence, flexibility, and positive negotiation in achieving goals, using real-world examples of how these were used to solve complex land use issues. Wilderness conservation, the big picture: how the Muskwa-Kechika stacks up on a global level. The importance of the Muskwa-Kechika on a continental level, and its relationship to the Yellowstone to Yukon (Y2Y) Conservation Initiative. Wayne Sawchuk's personal story: how a logger, guide, and trapper became a leading conservationist and helped protect the largest wilderness in the Rocky Mountains. Animals and tracks: what the wild ones can teach us, and how these lessons changed a life. These stories are backed by photographs of little known animal behaviour gathered over many years in the wilderness. The importance of an ethic of respect, and how it will lead us into a sustainable future for both the human, and non-human, world. Living in the wilderness: the life of a wilderness dweller in a landscape where Robert Service would feel at home. Traveling the old way: twenty-five years of horse back expeditions and the adventure, discovery, and exploration of the largest remaining wild places in the Rockies.
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APPEARANCE CHARGES AND REQUIREMENTS Fee: $2,500+GST, travel expenses, and accommodation.
A $500 deposit is required to secure booking. Balance is payable 30 days prior to engagement. Please make cheque or money order payable to: Wayne Sawchuk.
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... a charismatic speaker... a compelling slide show... National Geographic Magazine, Nov 2008