Loti Woods, Co-Founder and Ex. Director of Champions For Wildlife, shares how traveling and educating children about how to love wildlife using art is helping create a passion for helping to change the world.
Loti and her husband travel around the country for their nonprofit Champions for Wildlife with a very simple mission: To inspire kids to fall in love with wildlife using art.
Their focus is on underdog species like the red wolf which only lives in one place in the world - North Carolina.
Before the pandemic, Loti had traveled to over 100 countries. When the pandemic hit, she and husband decided to quit flying and explore the US in an RV.
Loti shares how meeting so many passionate people in conservation has created a community of people who support and advocate for wildlife. Donations and volunteers are always welcome and needed to support the nonprofit.
Also on Speaking of Travel, Tina Kinsey, Vice-president of Marketing, PR, and Air Service Development at the Asheville Regional Airport, shares how one of the best-connected regional airports in the country, is moving to the future and taking off on the most significant infrastructure endeavors in the airport's 60-plus year history.
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