Recording now available! Australian explorer, environmentalist and author Tim Jarvis is a respected authority on Sir Ernest Shackleton’s feats in Antarctica. In 2013, Jarvis recreated Shackleton’s epic 1916 journey from Elephant Island to South Georgia in a replica of the 23-foot wooden boat, James Caird. To learn more about Jarvis’ environmental projects (25Zero—Make a Difference, and The Forktree Project), visit www.timjarvis.org.
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