Conservation Lectures

Food from the Radical Center: Healing Our Lands & Communities – Dr. Gary Nabhan

Food from the Radical Center: Healing Our Lands & Communities – Dr. Gary Nabhan

Streaming live from the Barrows Lecture Series at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden Wednesday, March 11, 2020 7:00-9:00 PM (ET) Gary Nabhan is an ethnobiologist, nature writer, and world expert on the people, plants

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Antoinette van de Water – Elephant conservation, coexistence and community engagement strategies

Antoinette van de Water – Elephant conservation, coexistence and community engagement strategies

Global Field Program alum Antoinette van de Water recently presented her research on human-elephant coexistence at TedxVeghel. Her presentation includes several projects initiated during her time in the GFP. In her presentation she states: “I

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Who does Namibia’s wildlife belong to?

Who does Namibia’s wildlife belong to?

Dan Marsh, Director of Education at the award-winning Cincinnati Zoo, presents a wildlife conservation talk on “Success and Consequences: Who does Namibia’s wildlife belong to?” Sponsored by Individualized Studies (Western Program) and the Western Center

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A Hyena’s Tale

A Hyena’s Tale

The Hefner Museum of Natural History is pleased to present the 45th annual Hefner Lecture featuring renowned hyena researcher Dr. Kay Holekamp. The below presentation was streamed live from Benton Hall, Miami University on November

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