Climate change through bloom times, birds and insects
Learn about the intricate seasonal timings of plants and animals. Discover how climate variations help us to understand nature: leafing, flowering, fruiting, migration, brooding, insect and pest infestations.
Diane Husic, Ph.D in Biochemistry– Dean of the School of Natural & Health Sciences, Moravian College – Author – Researcher – Master Gardener,
will discuss climate change through bloom times, birds, and insects -all seen within your own backyard. This will be a fascinating discussion using phenology in the garden to help us understand the impacts of climate change.
To be included in the initial registration for this program we must receive your registration request by 5PM, Monday, September 11, 2017. Be advised, programs may already be filled for registrations received after that date.
Wednesday, September 20, 2017 @ 7:00 P.M.
Program Code: BIO
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