The latest adventure talk from Canoe Trail is being held online this Tuesday and its completely free! This looks like its going to be wicked so if you have curious kids make sure you sign up.
Sarah has incredible and unique experience of working in the field, using alligators and sharks to illustrate how conservation is not always black and white. She will be covering her most recent expedition, ‘Iceland’s Green Machine’ with Blacks Outdoor and Berghaus, highlighting the role carbon storage technology may play in saving the poles.
Sarah wrote ‘Somebody Swallowed Stanley’ to help young people understand the how we can protect the oceans and their inhabitants. He book is being read by Hollywood heart throb Tom Hardy on CBBC on 18th March at 6.50pm. Sarah has appeared on Blue Peter and worked with Canoe Trail Rich at BBC Countryfile Live at Blenham Palace. Our stories of the natural world and our bigger environment are like listening to the female version of David Attenborough.
This is one not to be missed!
Check out on of Sarah’s videos here.