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Huntington Lecture Series
Thursdays, 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

We are very excited to be hosting the Huntington Lecture Series again this summer at the AIC! This lecture series highlights ongoing research and science in the Adirondack Park. Below is a schedule of the speakers and their topics.

July 3

Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants
Dr. Robin Kimmerer, SUNY ESF

July 10

Nature: The Easiest Way to Get Your Kid into Harvard
Paul Hai, SUNY-ESF

July 17

Adirondack: Life and Wildlife in the Wild, Wild East
Edward Kanze, Adirondack writer, naturalist and guide

July 24

Understanding Coyote Behavior and Ecology to Improve Coexistence
Dr. Daniel Bogan, Siena College

July 31

Greenhouse Gases Dynamics in Forest Streams and Soils, and the Role of Forests at Regulating Climate
Dr. Philippe Vidon, SUNY-ESF

August 7

Tiger Beetles and Leopard Frogs: Rare Animals and the New York Natural Heritage Program
Dr. Matthew Schlesinger, New York Natural Heritage Program

August 14

Rusty Blackbirds: The "Boreal Oriole" in Deep Trouble
Shannon Buckley, Syracuse University

 


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