UM Hosts Conservation Ecology Seminar

Event: Conservation of native understory plants threatened by invasive plants, invasive earthworms and deer – Conservation Ecology Seminar

When: Friday, Jan. 26, 2018, 3-4 pm

Location: UM 2024 Dana Building

Event details: http://seas.umich.edu/events/12_19_2017/conservation_native_understory_plants_threatened_invasive_plants_invasive
Contact: Ines Ibanez (iibanez@umich.edu)

The University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability Conservation Ecology is hosting Dr. Bernd Blossey, an Associate Professor at Cornell University. He will be speaking on the conservation of native understory plants threatened by invasive plants, invasive earthworms and deer. This is not a city-sponsored event.

 

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