Discover new scientific research that explores how green infrastructure is being developed in cities. Topics to be discussed include the evolving nature of green infrastructure, its implications for social justice, and how we can improve equity in policy, planning, and practice.
DeeAnn Reeder, Bucknell University bat biologist and researcher at the Smithsonian Institution will discuss the conservation, ecology, and physiology of the only mammals with true flight.
Cary Institute ecologist Charles Canham studies northern forests - the forces that shape them and the threats they face. Learn how forests are responding to logging, disease, air pollution, invasive species, and climate change, and what these impacts mean for forests of the future.
Please join our co-chairs and benefit committee for a Spring Luncheon at The University Club.
Join Cary Institute Wildlife Biologist Mike Fargione and Dutchess Land Conservancy Ecologist Julie Hart for a tree identification workshop and walk.
Workshop on forest stewardship designed to help landowners understand the impacts of land management decisions on forest health and function.
Dr. Kathryn Baker, Marist College
Dr. Bella Oleksy, Cary Institute of. Ecosystem Studies
Dr. Tamara Harms, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Dr. Stuart Findlay, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
Dr. Josh Schimel, UC Santa Barbara
Dr. Olivier Restif, University of Cambridge
Dr. Elsa Anderson, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
Dr. Liam McGuire, University of Waterloo (Canada)
Dr. Carly Ziter, Concordia University (Canada)
Dr. Jackie Matthes, Wellesley College
Dr. Katelyn Cooper, University of Central Florida