Drew discusses colouring the conservation conversation.
Drew Lanham himself as “a wondering wander in love with nature and all the sensuality that falls softly in raindrops, rises riotously with each dawn chorus and whispers goodnight with whip-poor-wills at dusk.”
Raised in the depths of the forest called Long Cane and nurtured on a family farm in Edgefield, South Carolina, Drew counts learning and three degrees from Clemson University as structured steps to enlightenment and self-awareness. Honored as a Distinguished Alumni Professor, Provost’s Professor and Alumni Master Teacher, Dr. Lanham’s 25 years as faculty includes courses taught in woodland ecology, conservation biology, forest biodiversity, wildlife policy and conservation & cultural ornithology.
Coloring the conservation conversation, is his mission. Words are his paint. He is the Poet Laureate of his home place, Edgefield County, South Carolina.
Join us as we discuss his mission.