“The Baltimore Ecosystem Study: Reflecting on Fifteen Years of Historical Environmental Research” – Lecture on August 10

“The Baltimore Ecosystem Study: Reflecting on Fifteen Years of Historical Environmental Research” – Lecture on August 10

Join us for the first program in the new  Environmental History Lecture Series, co-sponsored by the Friends of Maryland Olmsted Parks and Landscapes, the Baltimore City Historical Society, and the Cathedral of the Incarnation’s Creation Care Committee.

Saturday, August 10, 1 – 3 PM
Lecture by Geoffrey Buckley: “The Baltimore Ecosystem Study: Reflecting on Fifteen Years of Historical Environmental Research”

CHANGE OF LOCATION: Great Hall of St. David’s Church, 4700 Roland Ave, Baltimore, MD 21210
Free admission, parking, and refreshments.

Geoffrey Buckley is the author of America’s Conservation Impulse: Saving Trees in the Old Line State, Mountains of Injustice: Social and Environmental Justice in Appalachia, and the forthcoming North American Odyssey: Historical Geographies for the Twenty-First Century. He is a Professor in the Department of Geography at Ohio University Professor and a long-term co-principal investigator for ecological research with the Baltimore Ecosystem Study (BES). His PhD. is in Geography from the University of Maryland, M.A. in Geography from the University of Oregon, and B.A. in Environmental Studies and American History from Connecticut College. Learn more about Professor Buckley’s work on his website and don’t forget to join for his talk this summer!

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