2017 LECTURE SERIES : KNOW YOUR BIOSPHERE

All Lectures Will Begin at 4 PM
at Estes Park High School Auditorium Unless Otherwise Noted

Questions & Answers Session Will Follow Each Lecture.

Public Is Invited To Attend.

MONDAY, JANUARY 30TH

“What does UNESCO Man and the Biosphere Designation mean?”
Darla Sidles, Superintendent of Rocky Mountain National Park
“An Example of Good Conservation in the Buffer Zone”
Jonas  Feinstein, State Conservation Forester, USDA, Natural Resources Conservation Service – MacGregor Ranch

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27TH

“Environmental History of Rocky Mountain National Park”
Ruth Alexander, Professor CSU Department of History and Faculty Council Member of Public Lands History Center at CSU

MONDAY, MARCH 20TH

“Elk Management in Colorado – A Collaboration”.
Larry Rogstad, Area Wildlife Manager Colorado Parks and Wildlife

MONDAY, APRIL 24TH

“Raptors of the Rockies” Featuring live birds!”
Deanna Curtis, Executive Director at Wild Wings Environmental Education
** (Please note this event will be held at Hemple Auditorium at the YMCA of the Rockies)
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