In just a few weeks, the Highlands Biological Foundation will host a brand-new spring lecture series titled Climate Conversations!
This series will showcase three field research projects here in the southern Appalachians while highlighting how their findings suggest climate change will impact our region.
From birds to salamanders and everywhere in between, how will climate change affect our beloved Plateau?
People can attend these virtual lectures on Thursday evenings at 6 p.m. beginning May 20. They will be available via Zoom at no charge.
Registration is required.
WHO: Highlands Biological Foundation
WHAT: Virtual Lecture Series: Climate Conversations
WHERE: Zoom, register HERE.
WHEN: Thursdays May 20 and 27 and June 3 at 6 p.m.
Future Climate Conversations schedule:
On May 20: “On the edge of a shifting range: Climate change and birds of the southern Appalachian Mountains” with Dr. Richard Chandler, Associate Professor, University of Georgia
On May 27: “Salamanders of the Future: How climate change will impact salamanders of the southern Appalachians” with Dr. Meaghan Gade, The Ohio State University
On June 3: “Climate change and the future forests of Great Smoky Mountain National Park” with Dr. Jason Fridley, Professor, Syracuse University
For more information on our Climate Conversations lecture series or to register for one of the webinars, click HERE or call us at .828.526-2623.
Article courtesy of the Highlands Biological Foundation