Sarah P. Duke Garden’s Piedmont Naturalist Series is back with a full slate of educational programs for the Spring
Triangle Land Conservancy Members who want to register for any of the courses in this series will receive a discount by using the code “TLandC2022”
To learn more and to register for a course, please visit this link: https://rsvp.duke.edu/event/0aa83609-be67-4d53-a19f-5d0dd4964c3d/summary
A NEW LOOK AT PLANTS | 2 Tuesdays, Jan 25 & Feb. 1
Online presentation with Anita Simha, PhD Candidate | Biology Department, Duke University.
BE A SCIENCE PARTNER: Community Science Project Review | Tuesday, Feb. 8
Online presentation with Chris Goforth, head of citizen science for the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences and Kati Henderson, educator, Duke Gardens
THE LIVING SOIL | 2 Thursdays, Feb. 10 & 17
Online presentation with Annabel Renwick, curator, the Blomquist Garden of Native Plants, Duke Gardens.
FIRE ECOLOGY | 4 Thursdays, Feb. 17-March 10
Online presentation by Dan Richter, Professor of Soils and Forest Ecology, Duke University.
INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE | Tuesday, Feb. 22
Online presentation with Tatiana Height, NC State University, MCRP, CNP Instructor, Interdisciplinary Studies/Science Technology & Society
Doctoral Candidate, Agricultural and Extension Education