In partnership with the Academy of Lifetime Learning on ESVA, The Nature Conservancy’s Volgenau Virginia Coast Reserve staff presents Our Environment, a virtual lecture series running from 2/16 to 5/4 and featuring 7 expert-led classes on a range of topics pertaining to TNC’s local work and global impact beginning with a celebration of 50 Years on TNC on ESVA with VVCR Director, Jill Bieri!
Descriptions of the following classes and bios of presenters, as well as registration information can be found at https://www.allesva.org/2021-spring-courses/.
Our Environment – Presentations by the Staff of The Nature Conservancy’s Volgenau Virginia Coast Reserve.
Connections Across the Hemisphere: Shorebird Conservation on Virginia’s Eastern Shore by Alex Wilke, Coastal Scientist
Tuesday, March 9 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
The Academy for Lifetime Learning is a non-profit organization based on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. The one-time $25 membership fee entitles each member to enroll in as many classes per semester as he/she/they desires.
Membership fees “pay the limited expenses of the organization and the remaining dollars are given each spring to Eastern Shore high school graduates continuing their education.”
For any questions, please contact Outreach & Education Coordinator, Margaret Van Clief at firstname.lastname@example.org or (757) 414-9227.
CONNECTING WITH NATURE: PRESENTATIONS BY THE STAFF OF THE NATURE CONSERVANCY’S VOLGENAU VIRGINIA COAST RESERVE
- 50 Years at the Volgenau Virginia Coast Reserve
- Using Nature Based Solutions to Solve an Eroding Marsh Problem
- Connections Across the Hemisphere: Shorebird Conservation on Virginia’s Eastern Shore
- Sea Level on the Eastern Shore
- Birding Tips and Tools
- Exploring The Nature Conservancy’s Volgenau Virginia Coast Reserve Using Leave No Trace Principles
- Helping Nature Help People