Co-Founder of Discover Nature Apps
Discover Nature Apps
April 9, 2018
Marstel-Day, LLC partnered with Evan Hirsche, co-founder of Discover Nature Apps (DNA), to present DNA's smartphone app to the students at Hugh Mercer Elementary School in Fredericksburg, Virginia and engaged the kids with information about National Wildlife Refuges in a fun and educational way. The event included all of the school's 900 kindergarten, first, and second grade students!
Sally Guynn, PhD
National Conservation Leadership Institute: "Conservation Leadership"
April 20, 2016
Marstel-Day hosted Sally Guynn, the co-founder and previous Executive Director of the prestigious National Conservation Leadership Institute (NCLI), for a presentation on “Conservation Leadership.” She discussed the challenges and opportunities, training involved, and level of effort required to be a conservation leader.
Olivia and Carter Ries
One More Generation: “Making a Difference”
April 6, 2016
Soul River: Connecting People with Nature Through Fly Fishing
October 15, 2015
Jane Goodall Institute
October 6th, 2015
A Hopeful Alliance for Mountain Lions
September 17, 2015
Wildlife Center of Virginia
Wildlife Center of Virginia
August 21, 2015
Ocean Sustainability and the Need for Diverse Ocean Leaders
August 19, 2015
Reporting on Biodiversity and Conservation
June 17, 2015
Expedition Plastic: Plastic in the Ocean Gyres and What It Is Doing to Wildlife
May 11, 2015
Mother Nature, Motivation and Music
April 15, 2015
Discovering Nature through Smartphone Apps
March 19, 2015
Dr. Mamie Parker
Connecting Kids with Nature
February 24, 2015
Illegal Wildlife Trade
January 27, 20152015-01-27 13:00:00 2015-01-27 14:00:00 America/New_York StandWithWildlife: Bryan Arroyo Bryan Arroyo of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, gives a talk on the illegal wildlife trade of endangered species. 513 Prince Edward Street, Fredericksburg, VA 22401 Michelle Alford email@example.com
Why we decided to #StandWithWildlife
International environmental consulting firm Marstel-Day, LLC's Wildlife Conservation Awareness campaign aims to shine a light on major wildlife conservation issues of our times and opportunities for individuals and entities to take action.
Spurred on by outrage at 30,000 elephants per year killed for their ivory tusks, among other shocking statistics, Marstel-Day CEO Rebecca Rubin created the series to shine a light on major wildlife conservation issues – and present ways individuals and businesses can help.
The campaign includes monthly talks by leading conservationists who will each present an in-depth analysis of a particular wildlife conservation issue, how it affects the ecosystem, and invite suggestions by members of the audience. At each session, a brown bag luncheon, the speaker will present options for what the public and industry can do to help, and Rubin will present Marstel-Day’s commitment for that issue.