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Type: Session 5 [clear filter]
Saturday, February 23

2:50pm CST

Beetles, Spiders and Mites Oh-My: An Introduction to Entomology and its Use in Restoration and Educational Efforts in Chicago Wilderness rm. 22J. Cristian Martinez Bobcat—Illinois' Native Cat rms. 23-32Christopher Jacques • Jennifer Kuroda Broadening the Base: Community Outreach and Engagement rms. 42, 43Nina Baki • Brandon Hayes • Mila Marshall Climate Change in the Chicago Area rm. 47Jim Angel • Jerome McDonnell Good News and Bad News rm. 49Tricia Bethke • CB • Piper Hodson • Eleanor Schumacher Is the Glass Half Full? The Science and Art of Science Communication rm. 44Maggie Warren Living on the Edge: Rare Plants in Ravine, Bluff, and Dune Communities rm. 46Daniella DeRose • Gretel Kiefer Love Warblers? Give Lots of Love to LaBagh! rm. 48Jeff Skrentny People, Places, and Prehistory: The Environment(s) of Metro Chicago rm. 45Clare Tolmie SPLIT SESSION: Innovative Partnership for Habitat Restoration on a Regional Scale / Transforming a 2-Acre Sedge Meadow Surrounded by Buckthorn into 90 Acres of Excellence with No Budget: It’s Called Yonder Pr... rms. 54, 56, 58Karl Gnaedinger • Melissa Grycan • Kim Kreiling • Lauren Umek The Impact of Public/Private Partnerships rms. 55,57Shelley Davis • Mike Nowak The Impact of the Approach rm. 50Debra Williams The Power of Art to Engage, Inspire & Inform rms. 52, 53Barbara Cooper • Christine Esposito The Vanishing Native Shrub Layer rms. 33, 34Kelsay Shaw Urban Dune Restoration (Re-creation) rms. 40, 41Alison Anastasio • John Henry Drake • Edward Warden • Ann Whelan Wilding the Pavement for Nature Play rm. 51Will Hudson • Christina Martin • Lea Schweitz Winter Tree and Shrub Identification rm. 21Rebecca Collings