Thursday, July 5, 2018

Curt Stager At The Adirondack Garden Club

adirondack garden club logoThe Adirondack Garden Club, a member of the Garden Club of America, has invited the public to its meeting at the Crowne Plaza Resort, 101 Olympic Drive in Lake Placid, on July 17th at 2 pm.

Professor Curt Stager, PhD, the Draper-Lussi endowed Chair of Paleoecology and Lake Ecology at Paul Smith’s College, and as well a research associate with the University of Maine’s Climate Change Institute, will give a lecture entitled “Gardens: Weather or Not” followed by a question and answer session and light refreshments. Copies of his books will be available for sale.

Curt Stager is a climate scientist, educator, and author whose research deals with the ecological histories of lakes in Africa and the Adirondacks. He has published in journals including Science and Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, in periodicals such as National Geographic and The New York Times, and he co-hosts Natural Selections, a weekly science program on North Country Public Radio. He is the author of four books, most recently Still Waters: The Secret World of Lakes. In 2013, the Carnegie-Case Foundation named him Science Professor of the Year for New York State.

Reservations are required. To obtain reservations or for further information, call (518) 359-2630.

The Adirondack Garden Club was founded in 1928 as the Essex County Adirondack Garden Club. It became a member of the Garden Club of America in 1933. As the club expanded into other counties, its name was shortened in 2015 to Adirondack Garden Club. Its mission is to stimulate the knowledge and love of gardening, to aid in the protection of native plants and birds and to encourage civic planting and the conservation of our natural resources. For more information, visit their website.

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