Dr. Joshua Ginsberg, President of the Cary Institute and an expert in wildlife conservation, will reveal the fragile global recovery of large carnivores. Discover the status of lions, tigers, wolves, wild dogs, and other charismatic species while learning how conservation efforts have contributed to success stories.
Community forests are vital to our health, economy, and environment. Yet they face serious threats. Learn about Cincinnati’s plight to combat the Emerald Ash Borer and how community efforts can save trees in this documentary film.
As part of our School Woodland Ecosystem Study Project, join us for a teacher workshop where we will explore why diversity matters. We will compare decomposition rates and investigate the microbial community in different tree species, and hear about work from Cary Institute scientists on these topics.