Award-winning naturalist Jerry Jenkins is an accomplished botanist and geographer with fifty years of experience working in the northern forest. An ecologist with the Wildlife Conservation Society, he is the founder of the White Creek Field School and the director of the Northern Forest Atlas Project, created to document the current biology of the forests and to provide tools for the next generation of naturalists and conservationists who will study and protect them. Jenkins is the author of The Adirondack Atlas, Acid Rain in the Adirondacks, Protecting Biodiversity on Conservation Easements, and Climate Change in the Adirondacks: The Path to Sustainability.
Jerry will give a lecture followed by time for questions from the audience.
This talk is presented as part of Ashokan's Catskill Conversations series. Far from a typical "lecture series," these events feature fun, interactive talks from and activities led by experts!
$15/adult. $10/teen or senior. Free/kids under 12.
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