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

12:30pm CST

Environmental Protection Through Stand-up Comedy rms. 33, 34Ryan Anderson • Nick Lucas Evidence-based hope for the future: The human population bottleneck & conservation reserves as re-wilding centers rm. 22Ray Dybzinski From a Cup to the Community: How Monarch Butterflies Have Migrated Into the Hearts of Chicago Families rm. 49Liza Fischel • Sean Shaffer Hackmatack NWR - Case Study rm. 48Steven Byers • Vince Mosca Interpreting Nature through Song rm. 51Diane Greening Lessons of Past and Future rm. 44Elwood Dumke • Renee Gracon • Stacey Libra Many Hands Make Light Work: A Zone Concept for Habitat Restoration Projects rm. 21Matthew Bucher • Matthew Evans • James Hensel • Peter Kim • Eriko Kojima • Linda Masters • John McMartin • Stephen Packard • Stephanie Place • Sai Ramakrishna • Russell Sala • Paul Swanson Music and Nature: Facilitating a Nature Jam rms. 40, 41Adam Kessel One Earth Film Mini-Fest: Media for Conservation and Social Change rms. 54, 56, 58Ana Garcia Doyle Plant Love Stories LIVE@Wild Things rms. 52, 53Mallika Nocco • Rebecca Barak Prairie Reverie: What Does the Word Prairie Mean in Post-prairie Illinois? rm. 45Jack Shouba Telling The Conservation Story - Best Practices In Traditional and Social Media rm. 46Stacina Stagner • Gelasia Croom • Brandon Hayes • Vera Leopold The Epic of the Chicago Bioregion rm. 47Jacob Speer Vibrant Communities—People & Nature; A Listening and Engagement Session rms. 42, 43Mark Bouman • lorena lopez • Laura Milkert • Laura Reilly