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“WATER POLITICS: Saving the Great Lakes, the Largest Fresh Water Ecosystem on the Planet.” 

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 2018, 7 pm, at St. Luke’s Episcopal Church: DR. SHERRI "SAM" MASON presents “Water Politics: Saving the Great Lakes, the Largest Fresh Water Ecosystem on the Planet.” 

Dr. Sherri A. "Sam" Mason will be joined by Helen Domske, Senior Extension Associate of the New York Sea Grant and Associate Director of the Great Lakes Program at the University at Buffalo, to discuss the health of the Great Lakes. Going from regional to local in scope, the evening will start with Sam presenting on a recent State of the Great Lakes report. Helen will then present an overview of NY Sea Grant and the numerous projects they have supported. Sam, a current recipient of NY Sea Grant support, will close out by discussing her work, past and present. The panel will end with an open discussion with the audience.

ENJOY WILLOW FODOR'S DELICIOUS VEGETARIAN DINNERS SERVED FROM 6-7 PM, before Mason's and Domske's presentations. 

PLEASE NOTE: VEGETARIAN DINNER RESERVATIONS MUST BE MADE BY FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 2018. Visit http://auduboncnc.org to register for dinner. Go to programs (upper right) to view vegetarian dinners/St. Luke’s ($10 per dinner, registration required).

Catering the GreenUp Jamestown events while supporting Audubon combines my passions: nature, food and cooking— WILLOW FODOR

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Earlier Event: March 21
"PENGUINS and PERMAFROST"