Lecturer: Anurag Agrawal
Professor of Environmental Sciences, Cornell University
Using striking visual imagery, esteemed professor Dr. Agrawal will present the natural history of monarchs, including the current predicament of conservation and declines; and milkweed, with its famous toxins and cultural importance spanning human history. The thought-provoking give-and-take interactions between monarchs and milkweed over the course of millions of years will be revealed, highlighting the latest research results. Dr. Agrawal has won numerous awards for his research and is highly praised for his fascinating lectures.

$40 Members | $50 Non-Members
REGISTRATION | Pre-registration and payment is required.
Dinner: Pasta Primavera with Side Salad, Dessert (dietary requests honored)
TIME 5:00 – 6:45 PM Dinner in the Ladew Café & stroll the gardens. (Please arrive for dinner by 6:15).
LECTURE TIME  7 PM Lecture in Barn Gallery