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ARC Spring Webinar Series
Spring webinar series: “Landscapes & Legacies in the Adirondacks”
Fridays in March 10:00 am

Audience engagement is encouraged! Send questions in advance to adkresearchconsortium@gmail.com or ask live during the discussions.

3/5: Enduring footprints in the Adirondacks
In honor of Dr. Bruce Selleck
• Panelists will discuss legacies of geology and forest history in the Adirondacks, and how those legacies shape the future of the Adirondacks
• Moderator: Dr. Ellen Percy-Kraly, Colgate University
• Dr. William Peck, Colgate
• Dr. Charles Canham, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies

3/12: Dams and Aquatic Connectivity: Eco-systems, Communities, Energy, and Infrastructure
• Panelists will discuss human infrastructure in ADK waterways such as dams, culverts, train corridors, and highways. As aged infrastructure deteriorates over time should we build back better, or restore systems to their past existence?
• Moderator: Dr. Stephen Bird, Clarkson
• Steve Langdon, Single Shanty Preserve & Research Station
• Tony David, Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe
• Michelle Brown, The Nature Conservancy

3/19: Adirondack Hikers 2020: What We Learned, And What We Need To Know For Management
• Panelists will discuss how hikers have impacted the Adirondacks and what we can do to mitigate the impacts.
• Moderator: Julia Goren, Adirondack Council
• Dr. Heidi Kretser, Wildlife Conservation Society
• Dr. Jill Weiss, SUNY ESF

3/26: Linking Past to Present: A look at Diverse Peoples within the Adirondacks
"An Understanding of How Far We Have Come in Confronting and Addressing Bigotry and Discrimination"
• Moderator: Dr. Donathan Brown, RIT
• Dr. Nicky Hylton-Patterson, Adirondack Diversity Initiative
• Amy Godine, Author and Historian

Recordings will be available after each webinar:
• www.adkresearch.org
Sponsored by Paul Smith's College and Adirondack Research Consortium
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