- WHEN: Friday, February 16, 12:00 PM
- WHERE: Bass Hall 102
- WHAT: “Hydrologic Alteration and Fragmentation Along the Connecticut River and Its Major Tributaries.”
- WHO: Connecticut River Program Director Kim Lutz
Environmental Science and Policy Program Lunchbag…about the Connecticut River. “Hydrologic Alteration and Fragmentation Along the Connecticut River and Its Major Tributaries.”
The Nature Conservancy, an international conservation organization, with offices throughout the United States, Central and South America, and the Asia-Pacific region, established a Connecticut River office, based in Northampton, Mass., in 2004. During the 2006 field season, the Conservancy focused its efforts on gaining a better understanding of the paired threats of altered hydrology and fragmentation in the Connecticut River Watershed. Connecticut River Program Director Kim Lutz will share their findings and describe strategies the Conservancy and its partners are deploying to protect New England’s largest river system on Friday, February 16, at noon in Bass Hall 102. Lunch provided.