New Researcher Building at TIBS
The new Frank and Ann Cean Aquatic Researcher Building at the Thousand Islands Biological Station is now officially open. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on the island July 23, 2015, to honor the donors who made the new facility possible. The building enhances ESF's ability to provide increased opportunities for students and researchers to better understand a changing St. Lawrence River and help conserve it.
For more, click on the link to the story in the Watertown Daily Times and view the attached video narrated by Dr. John Farrell.
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