Non-Member Registration for NEBS Lectures
Friday March 1, 2024, at 7:00 pm Eastern Time on Zoom and In Person:
"Building a Community of Interest and Response to an Invasive Species Threatening Maine's Ash Trees and Wabanaki Cultural Lifeways
Dr. John Daigle Professor of Forest Recreation Management, School of Forest Resources, University of Maine - Orono, ME
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Note: Only non-members need to register

This meeting will occur over Zoom and in person at Harvard University.

Zoom Meeting Details:
The Zoom link will be emailed to you on the Thursday before the presentation. If you are registering on the day of the presentation, you will receive the Zoom link in time to join the presentation. 

In-Person Meeting Details:
The meeting will occur in-person at Harvard University in Haller Lecture Hall (Room 102), Geological Museum, 24 Oxford St., Cambridge, MA 02138 (door to right of Harvard Museum of Natural History entrance). Free parking is available onsite at 52 Oxford St. Garage starting at 5 PM. For more details about the meeting, please visit our website at https://www.rhodora.org/
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The mission of the New England Botanical Society is to increase scientific knowledge and appreciation of the flora of New England. Our vision is to connect, inspire, mentor, and support a vibrant community of people who are passionate about the flora of New England. Would you like to be contacted via email about future NEBS lectures and opportunities (field trips, grants, membership, our journal)? *
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