Please join our co-chairs and benefit committee for a fall luncheon in our fern glen.
Activities for children (ages 5 and up) led by an ecologist and educator.
A separate bag lunch will be provided for kids.
Sensing Harmful Algal Blooms in the Hudson River System
Dr. Stephan K. Hamilton, Ecosystem Ecologist
Toxic algal blooms are an emerging and growing problem in the Hudson River and its tributaries, particularly for the thousands of people who get their drinking water from this system. Dr. Stephen Hamilton and others at Cary are working to provide an early warning to municipalities. Discover what role color plays in protecting people and pets.
$2500 Watershed Benefactor
Includes eight tickets and listing in event materials
$1250 Estuary Benefactor
Includes four tickets and listing in event materials
$625 Wetland Benefactor
Includes two tickets and listing in event materials
$325 Streamside Benefactor
Includes one ticket and listing in event materials
Contact Lisa at 410-349-7099 and email@example.com to discuss sponsor options.