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Connecting Conservation to Global and Local Sustainability (for adults)

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Teatown Lake Reservation

1600 Spring Valley Rd

Ossining, New York 10562

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Teatown’s Dr. Amy Karpati will kick off the Fall Sustainability Series with an introductory presentation entitled “Connecting Conservation to Global and Local Sustainability.” Dr. Karpati will talk about sustainability from a biological conservation perspective, the conservation issues we face at Teatown, and the importance of Teatown’s work within the context of regional sustainability.

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Amy holds a doctorate in Ecology & Evolution from Rutgers University and a master’s degree in Adolescent Education from Pace University. She worked for several years as a conservation biologist and environmental advocate in the New Jersey Pinelands, where she helped to protect the essential ecosystem services, species, and habitats of the region. Amy has also been an adjunct faculty member of Columbia University’s Masters in Sustainability Management program since 2012, where she teaches a course in urban ecology. Her research and education work has focused on biological conservation, ecological restoration of urban ecosystems, plant ecology, sustainability, and strengthening community connections to the natural landscape.

Programs require pre-registration. Online registration available until noon the day before the event. If online registration is not available, call (914) 762-2912 x110 to register.

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