March Breakfast on the Marsh Registration: What Does Climate Change Mean for Indiana?
Join us at 8:30 am on March 11th, 2021 for a Breakfast on the Marsh virtual Presentation. Melissa Windhalm of Purdue Climate Change Research Center will be speaking on observations over the last century show that Indiana's climate is changing. Winters are warmer, the growing seasons is longer, and rainfall is on the rise. These shifts alter the timing of ecological events, support the spread of invasive pests and plants, affect water quality, and have implications for tourism and recreation. The best available science says our climate will continue to change, with far-reaching impacts on natural and human-built systems. This presentation will put global changes into local perspective by exploring the specific ways changing climate patterns affect Indiana.

Thank you so much for your interest in our Breakfast on the Marsh program! As of right now we will be running our Breakfast on the Marsh program virtually through April. You will need to register 24 hours in advance by filling out your information below or calling 260-387-0399. By registering, this ensures that you will receive the ZOOM link for the presentation. This event is geared towards seniors but all are welcome.

When: March 11th, 2021 from 8:30 AM to 10AM
Event Address: Virtual via Zoom
Questions? Contact us at 260-387-0399 or email
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