Tagona Press Celebrates the Launch of the Smithsonian’s Boreal Forest Exhibition

Tagona Press is delighted to congratulate Joanie and Gary McGuffin, the dedicated advocates of the Superior Watershed Conservancy, on the launch of the Smithsonian Institution’s five-year traveling exhibition, Knowing Nature: Stories of the Boreal Forest. This immersive experience offers a unique opportunity to explore the world’s largest terrestrial ecosystem and learn about its significance in our lives.

For nearly two decades, the McGuffins have devoted themselves to protecting the Lake Superior Watershed and ensuring a healthy ecosystem. Their passion, expertise, and dedication are now taking center stage as they serve as official advisors for the exhibition. We couldn’t be prouder of Joanie and Gary for their tireless efforts and the impact they continue to make on the conservation of the boreal forest.

Knowing Nature: Stories of the Boreal Forest invites the public, especially grade-school students, to delve into the biodiversity and global importance of the boreal forest through first-hand accounts and captivating stories. Joanie and Gary’s experiences exploring the vast boreal landscape will be showcased through Gary’s stunning photography, providing a visual journey through this incredible ecosystem.

We at Tagona Press believe that connecting with nature and understanding the importance of preserving the boreal forest is vital for our planet’s future. This exhibition not only highlights the beauty and significance of the boreal forest but also emphasizes the importance of protecting it and respecting the hundreds of First Nations communities that call it home.

As the exhibition kicks off at Michigan State University Museum in East Lansing, MI, and embarks on its five-year journey across Canada and the U.S., we invite you to join Joanie and Gary in exploring the wonders of the boreal forest. Let their passion and dedication inspire you to connect with nature, appreciate its beauty, and take action towards a more sustainable future.

On behalf of Tagona Press, we congratulate Joanie and Gary McGuffin for their invaluable contributions to the conservation of the boreal forest and their pivotal role in the Smithsonian Institution’s Knowing Nature: Stories of the Boreal Forest exhibition. Your tireless work inspires us all, and we are proud to celebrate your achievements.

To learn more about the exhibition and find a venue near you, visit the Smithsonian Institution website. Together, let’s explore the wonders of the boreal forest and work towards a brighter, more sustainable future. #KnowingNature #BorealForestExhibition

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