Beyond the trails and gardens, rare is home to many research projects investigating the different habitats and species. The rare Research Forum which will showcase a variety of research projects happening on our land. We will learn about the growing tall-grass prairie, predation of wasps on tree crickets, ecological restoration of meadows, and hear from many others about what their research is uncovering at rare. Refreshments will be offered.
Please register at the event website to attend this event
Dr. Michael Krom
School of Earth and Environment, University of Leeds
“Reviving the Dead Sea: Feasibility Study of the
Red Sea–Dead Sea Canal"
The Ecohydrology Research Group at the University of Waterloo is embarking on a feasibility study to assess the potential for using remote sensing and/or autonomous infrared sensors to monitor the distributions of microplastics in the oceans and large lakes. Field trials will focus on the Great Lakes.