Shadowcliff Announces the Bob Mann and Judith Christy Laws of Nature Interpretative Trail Dedication Ceremony May 31st
(Grand Lake, CO) – Shadowcliff Mountain Lodge, an eco-friendly mountain sanctuary that has been serving Grand Lake visitors for over 30 years, will be hosting a Dedication Ceremony of The Bob Mann and Judith Christy Laws of Nature Interpretative Trail on Saturday May 31st from 2:00-5:00 p.m. The general public is welcome. Please RSVP at 970-627-9220.
During their tenure at Shadowcliff, from 2001-2011, Bob and Judith served as co-directors of the lodge and began organizing and hosting cutting-edge sustainability workshops. What brought businesses and governments to the workshops was the notion that by seeking sustainable, resilient solutions, organizations could modify business practices in a way that would be beneficial to people and the planet while at the same time creating opportunities to bolster the organization’s bottom line. In other words, organizations learned how to adopt sustainable and resilient business practices that have postive impacts on people, the planet and profit.
“Bob and Judith have been an integral part of the Shadowcliff story. Their leadership has inspired countless individuals and organizational leaders to create positive, sustainable change. The installation of the Laws of Nature Trail is one way for us to honor and ensure their legacy lives on.” Lance Woodbury, Shadowcliff Board President.
The dedication will be at Shadowcliff Mountain Lodge, 405 Summerland Park Road (Grand County Road 663) in Grand Lake with celebrations to begin with a formal trail dedication ceremony at 2:30 p.m. A reception will with light refreshments follow in the Remple Lodge. Guided tours of the Laws of Nature Interpretative Trail will be provided from 3:00-5:00 p.m. RSVP is required please call (970-627-9220 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to register for the festivities.
Shadowcliff is a not-for-profit organization with a mission to be, An eco-friendly mountain sanctuary where together we are creating a climate for a restorative world. As a sanctuary, Shadowcliff provides a safe place for personal and community retreat and renewal. Shadowcliff visitors are educated about sustainability and encouraged to reconnect with the natural world. Educational opportunities are provided to all of guests and especially through groups and workshop experiences, many of which are conducted by Shadowcliff faculty. To learn more visit shadowcliff.org or call 970-627-9220.