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Saturday, February 23

3:30pm CST

A Photographic Journey of the Calumet Region rm. 44Susan Kirt Acoustic Ecology: A Socially-Engaged Sonic Arts Approach in Urban and Natural Environments rms. 42, 43Eric Leonardson Bird Conservation in the Forest Preserves of Cook County rms. 33, 34Jim Herkert • Stephen Packard • Judith Pollock • Laurel Ross Bridging the Gap Between Knowledge and Restoration Using Technology for Adaptive Management in the Fight Against Invasive Phragmites. rm. 49Will Overbeck Building A Weather-Ready Nation rm. 50Mike Bardou Cavity-nesting Birds in Chicago's Cemeteries rms. 52, 53Alexis Smith Chicago Urban Greenprint: Combining Social and Environmental Data to Determine Target Locations for Conservation in Cook County rm. 47Sarah Hagen • John Legge Discussing the New Illinois Fires Accomplished Map: What Gets Measured Gets Done rms. 54, 56, 58Dave Hoffman • Bill Kleiman Friends of the Chicago River: A Q&A on How to Build an Environmental Organization rms. 55,57Margaret Frisbie • Andrew Herrmann Healing People and the Planet rm. 46Dani Abboud • Catherine Game I Don't See as Many Butterflies as I Used To. Is This Statement Really True? rm. 22Allen Lawrance • Doug Taron iNaturalist Workshop rm. 45cassi saari Mosses of the Chicago Region: What Little We Know, and Where We Go rms. 23-32Edward Warden Oak Roots: Their Life From Acorn to Oak Tree rm. 21Connor Shaw On the Banks of the (Pre-Contact) Little Calumet rm. 48Melissa Baltus The Driftless Reader: Exploring a Literature of Place rm. 51Curt Meine Women in Conservation rms. 40, 41Melina Frezados