August 12, 2015: ERCA’s Outreach – Students to Seniors ~ Pollinators to Pied-billed Grebes

August 12, 2015: 7:30pm – Ojibway Nature Centre, 5200 Matchette Road, Windsor

Caroline Biribauer, ERCA’s Outreach Coordinator, will speak at the Essex County Field Naturalists’ meeting on the various programs geared to engage the public in our local flora and fauna. Schoolyard Naturalization, Citizen Science, Youth Engagement, and ERCA’s Native Gardens Network will be discussed. Caroline has been with the conservation authority for just over ten years, coordinating volunteers in a wide variety of programs, events, and activities in that time. She has lived and worked in various corners of the Carolinian Life Zone, which has served her well during her 6+ year tenure on the Board of the Carolinian Canada Coalition. She originally hails from Toronto, worked in the United States for just over two years for an environmental non-profit, and has been in the Windsor-Essex area since 2002. Everyone is welcome!

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