SKLT Hosts Final RINHS Lecture in April

The RI Natural History Survey’s 2012 – 2013 Gould lecture series has focused on Open Space and Farmland Protection: Benefiting People and Ecosystems. Each lecture is moderated by Scott Millar, Sustainable Watersheds Administrator at RIDEM.

Join us at the Barn on Thursday April 4th at 6pm for potluck appetizers and dessert, then the lecture begins at 7pm. Two speakers from USEPA Atlantic Ecology Division will present: Dr. Bryan Milstead, on From Landscapes to Lakes: How Land Use Affects Water Quality and Aesthetics, and Dr. Marisa Mazzotta, on The Economic Benefits of Green Infrastructure. Please rsvp to so that we can plan for seating and eating!