The National Tigers for Tigers Coalition, a group of college students across the country who are rallying behind their tiger mascot, will be holding its 3rd Annual National Tigers for Tigers Summit at LSU in Baton Rouge, Louisiana April 16-19. The Summit will be comprised of a star speaker lineup of the top conservation and marketing professionals in the industry, team-building activities and an all around great time getting pumped up to #MakeARoar for our mascot, the tiger!
On Saturday, March 21, 2015, members of the Rochester Institute of Technology’s Women’s Cross Country team will be running “The Tiger Trail” located in the Southeast region of the U.S., stopping at tiger mascot schools along the way to raise awareness for both tiger conservation and women’s athletics. The 1,400 mile journey will last eight days and starts at Auburn University in Alabama and ends at RIT in Rochester, New York. The girls will run “The Tiger Trail” relay style,
March 3rd, 2015 marks the 2nd anniversary of World Wildlife Day proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly. On this day, the world is rallying together and spreading a simple message, “It’s time to get serious about wildlife crime.” Within this blog post, I can bring our collective spirits down by focusing on the rise of poaching of elephants, rhinos, tigers and illegal logging. But I don’t want to do that. As a young conservationist and stubborn optimist, I remain hop