Becoming Urban Nature (Online Lecture)


Becoming Urban Nature (Online Lecture)
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ONLINE LECTURE: BECOMING URBAN NATURE: NYC'S WASHINGTON SQUARE PARK FROM 1609 TO 2021
Georgia Silvera Seamans, PhD, Founder-Director Local Nature Lab / Washington Square Park Eco Projects        

Washington Square Park in New York City, NY is known for its historical architecture such as the Washington Arch, which was named in commemoration of the nation's first president. Less known are the historical ecologies of this 9.75 acre parcel in the heart of Greenwich Village. Join Georgia for this engaging online lecture as she leads a virtual, guided exploration of the past, present, and in-between ecologies of the park.

 

Please note: This program is being offered through an online platform called Livestorm. Clicking on the pre-registration link below will allow you to register for the program through that system.

DATE: Friday, May 21
TIME: 12 p.m. to 1 p.m.
LOCATION: online
FREE: Pre-registration required

 


United States Botanic Garden Conservatory
100 Maryland Avenue, SW, Washington, DC 20001
(202) 225-8333