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Please join us this Saturday in person or on Zoom!

A Forest Voices of India presentation, second of a series of events focusing on the fascinating world of nature. 

Saturday, July 29, at 2 pm 

“Water ?”   

You are invited to attend “Water?,” a talk and discussion led by Bart Battista.  

At the Nomad Café, at the Port of Entry, Kanab, UT  

There will be music too, by Bobbi Chaney!     

This Saturday, July 29, 2 PM!  

Bart Battista   As a Major in the Marine Corps, Bart Battista focused on managing the environment. Both a scientist and an engineer, he has a Masters degree in Natural Resources and Environmental Management, with a specialization in Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation Biology.  Working with Battelle as a research scientist, he organized an environmental clean-up project in both the southwest U.S. and in Japan. Later, as the operations manager and lead environmental planner at Camp Pendleton, with a team of 100, he oversaw the drinking water and wastewater systems on 125,000 acres, with 70,000 people working there. At Best Friends Animal Society, he is the Facilities and Infrastructure Manager, keeping major systems functioning.

A captivating speaker, Bart Battista will give us a clear view of water systems throughout Utah and the southwest, including our aquifers and how they work, will tell us about amazing aspects of the physical nature of water, and will talk about our changing relationships to water – followed by a discussion. Water is relevant to all of us.  

Here is the zoom link for anywhere in the world –

2:30 pm, July 29, U.S. Mountain time:


Note: The Zoom link will begin at 2:30 pm, not at 2 pm.  

We look forward to seeing you!  


Sharon St Joan,

Forest Voices of India


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