Syracuse Speaks- Biodiversity in Central New York
Earth Day has come and gone, and for many of us we might be putting off thoughts surrounding the environment for another year. This month on Syracuse Speaks, we linger on those thoughts for a just a bit longer and dive into the environment around Central New York to examine its biodiversity. To do that, we visit the "Climate Connections" Exhibit at Art Rage Gallery, unpack the idea of "Lawn to Meadow," discuss the need for pollinators and more.
The guests for this episode include:
- Rebecca Rundell, Evolutionary Biology Professor at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
- Molly Jacobsen, SUNY ESF’s native pollinator ecologist
- Sam Quinn, SUNY ESF’s Restoration Science Center’s Lawn to Meadows program
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