A talk by Craig Childs author, river guide, naturalist, field instructor in natural history, adventurer. Childs is a prolific writer, teacher, river guide, naturalist and original adventurer. His keen observations in nature flow through his pen into his writing. His writing takes us to his experience whether it is dropping down cliffs to find the possibility of life-saving water, or keenly observing an animal in a remote location, or taking the reader to a village 20,000 years ago. Childs has been a regular contributor to National Public Radio’s Morning Edition and a wildly popular Radio Lab podcast. He resides in the mountains of Colorado, off the grid with his exceptional family.