Do you have a passion for wildlife and love the idea of protecting the natural world? If so, join us for an opportunity to get academic and career advice from bear biologist Wes Larson, a.k.a. @grizkid.
Part three of a three-part Deeper Dive series on pollinator ecology and conservation.
In this program, take a tour of how the science of insect declines is being translated into nascent international agreements, national, US state, and municipal efforts as well as the conservation practices of home gardeners.
Part two of a three-part series exploring pollinator ecology and conservation.
Dr. Ken Rosenberg from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology will describe a new scientific approach to identifying the causes of declines and advancing species along the road to recovery—a reimagining of bird conservation in the 21st Century.
Part one of a three-part Deeper Dive series on pollinator ecology and conservation.
Promising new techniques in AI and computer vision, originally developed for self-driving cars, are now being applied to bee conservation to help us understand why, where, and which bee species are in trouble.
Grab your lunch and feed your mind with a program that explores the science of everyday life! This presentation focuses on the history, beauty, and conservation of Missouri’s prairies, and on facets of a new “tallgrass prairie economy,” which uses an ancient ecosystem as a model for new, sustainable landscapes that benefit people in many ways.