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Saturday, February 23

10:15am CST

Adventures with Endangered and Formerly Endangered Plant Species rms. 33, 34Stephen Packard Amphibian Community Dynamics, Health, and Stress Response to Oak Woodland Restoration rm. 21Allison Sacerdote-Velat An Exploration of Wildlife-Inspired Awe rm. 47Dr. Jonathan Hicks Artecito: Art Creation that Deepens Environmental Understanding rms. 54, 56, 58Eduardo Camacho • Luis Crespo • Alma Dominguez • Ali Schneiderman Birds in the Garden: Tips for Creating and Enjoying a Bird Oasis rm. 45Pam Karlson Creating a Forum to Discuss Urban Green Space Through the Lens of Community Health and Safety rms. 40, 41Forrest Cortes • Dan Fulwiler • Jennifer Idrovo • Gladiz Nava • Adela Perez • Julia Vega Empowering Youth, the Culturally Relevant Way! rms. 52, 53Nataly Hernandez • Robb Telfer • Si Yuan Ye • Angelique Acevedo • Hannah Huang • Julian Lara • Yoalix Melendez • Justin Tran • Karina Garcia • Aasia Mohammad Geology of the Chicago Region rms. 23-32David Dolak • Lorrie Ward Identification of Shorebirds and Their Distribution in the Chicago Area rm. 44Geoff Williamson Oak Ecosystem Restoration: Using Historical Forest Dynamics to Inform Management for a Resilient Future rm. 22M. Ross Alexander • Christine Rollinson • Bethany Zumwalde Shinrin-yoku: Connect with the Wild Things in Nature and You rm. 46Jodi Trendler Social Media: The Modern Digital Ecosystem rm. 50Amy Calhoun SPLIT SESSION: Inspiring Help and Community Engagement / The Friends of Cook County Forest Preserves rms. 55,57Patrcia Hayes • Eriko Kojima • Radhika Miraglia • Hillary Peters The Climate Reality Project: Climate Advocacy in the Midwest rms. 42, 43Lucia H Whalen The Fruits of Our Labor rm. 51Kelly Schultz Urban Ecology on Chicago's South Lakefront rm. 48Alyssa Ayen • Luis Cabrales • Jacob Campbell • Nataly Diaz • Michelle Giles • Brittany Janney • Jackson Yow • Monica Zakariya You Don't Know What You've Got 'Til Its Gone—Protecting the Natural Land of Illinois rm. 49Arthur Pearson