Conservation Ecologist Deborah Landau will discuss The Nature Conservancy’s work in western Maryland towards ensuring the health and resiliency of our natural areas. This work ranges from reviving natural processes, such as low-intensity wildfire, to restoring historic hydrology. She will discuss the importance of reviewing the past to better understand how to move restoration projects forward, how the Appalachian Mountains serve as a super highway of species flow, how modern-day genetics work can help us protect isolated populations of native trees, and more! Join us and learn more about these ecological processes in our local natural environment.
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Recordings will be sent to registrants who cannot attend live. This event is hosted by the Audubon Naturalist Society as part of the Naturalist Hour series.
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