Tonight's lecture at the Green Church is at 7 p.m. and is about the wild and wonderful Sierra mushrooms. Dr. Jonathan Bourne will share his knowledge of the surprising variety of local mushrooms. Come on time, as the doors to the Green Church, located on the intersection of U.S. 395 and the Bnton Crosiing Road, will close once the room is full.
Also find below a list of the rest of the Tuesday night lecture series:
May 7 Introduction to the Mushrooms of the Eastern Sierra
Dr. Jonathan Bourne M.D., Mammoth Hospital
May 14 40 Years of Endangered Species: Conflict and Conservation in California
Dr. Peter Alagona, Department of History & Environmental Studies Program,
University of California, Santa Barbara
May 21 The Devils Windstorm: The Great Tree Blowdown of 2011
Chris Smallcomb, National Weather Service, Reno, NV
May 28 Lahonton Cutthroat Trout Recovery in the Face of Climate Change
Dawne Becker Emery, Environmental Scientist, Calif. Dept. of Fish and Wildlife
June 6 (Thursday) National Ecological Observatory Network: The New Biggest Thing at SNARL
Dr. Louis Pitelka, Senior Visiting Scientist, NEON, Inc.
IF YOU WANT TO GO:
7 p.m. Tuesday evenings (except June 6) at the Green Church (Hwy. 395 and Benton Crossing Rd.).
Admission is free and the public is invited. Lectures last approximately one hour.
For more information call Leslie Dawson at 935-4356 or email firstname.lastname@example.org