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Saturday, October 31, 2015

· Dale Travis Lecture: The Future of Fisheries: Choices, Decisions, and the Role of the Arts

2:00 pm - 5:00 pm | Marshall Auditorium (reception in Nifkin Lounge) | Event Website
This event will highlight the work of ESF fisheries biologist Dr. Karin Limburg, who has worked with a range of fishes all over the globe from the Hudson River to the Grand Canyon and Baltic Sea. She will be joined by several outstanding colleagues working in ... Read More
Sponsor: Dale L. Travis Public Lecture Series | Contact: Catherine Landis

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Adirondack Almanack: Pete Nelson: Make Newcomb A Hub Of Ecotourism

ESF is mentioned in this op-ed suggesting Newcomb as an Adirondacks ecotourism destination. 8/29/15 (9/1)

Jamie Savage to perform October 23, 2015 at Delta Blue in Lake Placid

Jamie Savage, faculty member at ESF's Ranger School, will perform his music in Lake Placid in October. 8/15 (9/1)

Adirondack Diversity Symposium 2015 on Youtube

The Adirondack Foundation shares some of the key talks from the recent symposium on Diversity in the Adirondacks, hosted at Newcomb Campus. 8/15 (8/20)

Adirondack Daily Enterprise: Adirondack Park evolving toward diversity

On Saturday, Newcomb Campus hosted the second symposium for diversity in the Adirondacks. 8/15/15 (8/17)

NCPR: Art outdoors in Newcomb: a time to paint, reflect on what matters

NCPR's story on ESF Newcomb's Artist-in-Residence program includes interviews Paul Hai and last year's artist Frances Gaffney. 8/5/15 (8/12)

Watertown Daily Times: St. Lawrence scuba divers collect data for TIBS

A citizen science effort is going on among St. Lawrence River divers to gather ecology data for ESF's Thousand Islands Biological Station. 8/2/15 (8/6)

Post Star: Adirondacks Symposium to focus on diversity

ESF's Newcomb Campus will host the second annual second annual Towards a More Diverse Adirondacks Symposium on Aug 15. 8/15 (8/6)

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