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INPAWS Announces Florathon 2018

Press Release from INPAWS: the Indiana Native Plant and Wildflower Society is sponsoring a Florathon to benefit Letha's Youth Outdoors Fund.

City Nature Challenge

From the FaceBook page of March for Science Indianapolis:

2018 Global Big Day

Birding's 2018 Global Big Day is May 5

 

2018 is the Year of the Bird, and this year's Global Big Day for birding will be May 5 - that's right: Cinco de Mayo.  Get your birding team together and go count birds . . . . for Science!

 

Beaver Are Back!

Beaver (Castor canadensis) have been an intermittant presence at the Lilly ARBOR since the forest restoration project was initiated seventeen years ago. There is plenty of evidence of past beaver activity.

Severe Drought Brought About the Decline of Mississippian Culture

IUPUI Scientists Document the Impacts of Climate Change on Maize-Dependent Native American Populations During the Holocene 

 

White River Festival Low Head Dam Forum

White River Low Head Dam Forum

Date: Friday, September 9, 2016

Time: 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM

EPA Grant

For the past two years, Dr. Brian Plankis and Dr. Pamela Martin have been working on elementary after school science clubs.  These science clubs are designed to increase science interest in younger students which could in turn have an effect on their college and career path choices.  

Lilly Arbor Project Update

Last week students, friends of CEES and concerned citizens gathered for a tour of the Lilly ARBOR project followed by a screening of Dam Nation hosted by the Student Sustainability Council.

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