CLS: Carrie Elvey
This week’s Environmental Sustainability programming is generously supported by the Dale and Tina Knobel Endowment.
10:30 a.m.-12 p.m., Friday, Aug. 12 | Orchestra Hall
Plants and animals need dark skies. They rely on natural light cues for navigation, timing of major life events, and protection. Carrie Elvey teaches how you can help keep the skies dark for wildlife in this lecture.
Elvey is Senior Naturalist at the Wilderness Center (TWC). For over 50 years, TWC has been providing science-based, entertaining, and educational programs for groups of all ages. In 2014, OAKS Life-Long Learning Program became the official home of adult programming at TWC conducting a wide range of programs for various organizations. Elvey is especially passionate about connecting adults to the amazing natural history stories happening in their own backyards and reconnecting them with the joys of childhood nature discovery.