Videos of past talks
Millions of lives are lost each year to illnesses caused by pathogens that spread from wildlife and domesticated animals to people. Too often, outbreaks of Ebola, Nipah, Zika, and other zoonotic diseases force communities into reactive mode: scrambling to contain their spread and minimize suffering.
Dr. John Hartig, Visiting Scholar at the University of Windsor, will discuss how strategies like pollution mitigation and habitat rehabilitation are reviving this iconic river.
Join us for a fall luncheon in our fern glen. Activities are included for children (ages 5 and up) led by an ecologist and educator.
Dr. Andrea Egizi, Rutgers University
Dr. Nina Wurzburger, University of Georgia
Dr. John Hartig, University of Windsor & International Association for Great Lakes Research
Dr. Natasja van-Gestel, Texas Tech University
Dr. Bella Oleksy, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies
Dr. John Drake, University of Georgia
Dr. Dennis Bente, Galveston National Laboratory
Dr. Chelsey Nieman, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies