Speaker: Bethany Bradley
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This presentation explores how planting native can help to reduce invasions and build ecological resilience to climate change.
Bethany Bradley is a Professor of Biogeography and Invasion Ecology in the Department of Environmental Conservation at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, USA. Her research has a strong focus on terrestrial plant invasions, with a goal of understanding how invasive plant distributions, abundance, and impact vary spatially. Bethany also leads the Northeast Regional Invasive Species & Climate Change (RISCC) Management network, which addresses the question of how we can better manage for upcoming biological invasions in light of climate change.
This will be recorded and available on our Webinars page.
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Zoom opens at 7:00PM for pre-program board meeting and member Q&A. Presentations begin at 7:30PM and generally run until 8:45PM.
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