If you love photography or spending time in outdoor Maryland, you will not want to miss this visually powerful event!
On Thursday, March 8, at 6:30pm, the Appalachian Laboratory of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science will welcome Bill Hubick of the Maryland Biodiversity Project as the next speaker in the Watershed Moments Community Learning Series.
Hubick will share breathtaking nature photographs and stories about the Project's efforts to catalog the plants and animals of Maryland. Find out how you can be part of the Maryland Biodiversity Project and its mission to document Maryland natural history. A photography display during the event is also tentatively planned.
“We’re excited to host Bill Hubick and the Maryland Biodiversity Project as part of our Watershed Moments Community Learning Series,” said Rhonda Schwinabart, Coordinator of External Affair at the Appalachian Laboratory. “This event provides an opportunity to learn more about an amazing community initiative designed to document the natural history of our state but also to enjoy some really amazing photography and learn how community members can become involved.”
The Maryland Biodiversity Project is a grassroots, voluntary effort led by Bill Hubick and Jim Brighton to promote environmental education and conservation in Maryland and create a general nature study community. More information on the Maryland Biodiversity Project can be found at www.marylandbiodiversity.com.
The event will be held at the Appalachian Laboratory in Frostburg, Maryland. Doors will open at 6pm. Seating is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Contact Rhonda Schwinabart, Coordinator of External Affairs, at 301-689-7102 or email@example.com with questions related to this event.
About the Watershed Moments Community Learning Series: As part of its commitment to public education, the Appalachian Laboratory of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science offers a variety of science-based presentations and events for the community through its Watershed Moments Community Learning Series. The Watershed Moments events are free and open to the public. For information on upcoming events, contact Rhonda Schwinabart, Coordinator of External Affairs, at 301-689-7102; follow us on Twitter@UMCES_AL; or visit www.umces.edu/al/watershed-moments.
About UMCES Appalachian Laboratory: The Appalachian Laboratory, a research center of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, is located at the headwaters of the Chesapeake Bay watershed in Frostburg, Md. Scientists conduct research on terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, including air and water quality, wildlife management, and land conservation throughout the world, with an emphasis on the rich and diverse environments of Western Maryland and the broader Appalachian region. Visit www.umces.edu/al or facebook.com/UMCES. Follow UMCES on Twitter @UMCES.