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Huntington Lecture SeriesThursdays, 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

huntington lectures poster imageThis lecture series showcases ongoing research and science in the Adirondack Park from a variety of perspectives.


July 6th    Little bug, big problem: saving our hemlock forests from the hemlock woolly adelgid

Dr. Mark Whitmore, Cornell University

July 13th Huntington Wildlife Forest: eighty-five years of science in the Adirondacks

Charlotte Demers,  SUNY ESF

July 20th  Moose on the loose: natural history and current status

Sam Peterson,  SUNY ESF

July 27th  The Hudson River inhabitants before Henry Hudson

Tom Lake,  NYS DEC

August 3rd A sharp-dressed mammal: the porcupine

Dr. Erika Barthelmess,  St. Lawrence University

August 10th  The life and art of Anna Hyatt Huntington

Paul B. Hai,  SUNY ESF

August 17th Ecological role of coyotes in northeastern forest

Dr. Jacqueline Frair,  SUNY ESF


Refreshments provided by Adirondack Park Institute