In ecology, “edge effects” are changes to species populations and natural communities that occur where two habitats meet. These edges formed naturally throughout Earth's history. Human activity has begun to damage habitats and create more edges. #ConservationSympCLE features two keynote addresses by nationally regarded speakers. We will also discuss the promise of regenerative agriculture along with conservation experts about bumblebees, bobcats, other Ohio species and our state's wetlands.

Pricing: Symposium registration is $20/person through 11:59pm Thursday, September 1. Registration increases to $25/person starting Friday, September 2. A boxed lunch (turkey or veggie sandwich) can be pre-ordered for an additional $12.

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