Climate change & habitat restoration rub is 6/18 talk focus at CEIE

Audubon's Constitution Marsh, Cary Institute, Vassar College reps fill panel roles


Eric Lind, director of Audubon's Constitution Marsh, Dr. David Strayer, freshwater ecologist at Cary Institute, and Dr. April Beisaw, anthropology professor at Vassar College will convene a panel discussion, moderated by Hudson River environmentalist John Cronin, to consider the quandary of habitat restoration in the age of climate change. The event titled Planning ahead in the Anthropocene will take place on Thursday, 6/18, 7pm at the Center for Environmental Innovation and Education (CEIE) at Denning's Point.  See Full Press Release.

The event is free and open to the public. Online registration is requested.