Outreach

Writing for Conservation Corridor

ConservationCorridor.org is a science outreach website whose goal is to raise awareness about current research and conservation efforts related to habitat corridors and landscape connectivity. I served as a Guest Editor in Fall 2017, and continue to contribute to the website regularly. See my posts below.

twitter: @conservationcorridor

On the road again: does transportation infrastructure provide habitat and movement corridors for insects? February 2018

Habitat conservation alone cannot fully protect species from the effects of climate change November 2017

Tracking endangered whale sharks to improve habitat conservation October 2017

Railway lines serve as corridors for pollinators September 2017

What will happen to habitat in a changing climate? September 2017

The role of a biological corridor in maintaining genetic connectivity of fruit bats August 2017

 

Native Gardens Outreach Fellowship at the KBS Bird Sanctuary in Augusta, MI

In summer 2018, I will work part-time at the KBS Bird Sanctuary to design signs and a walking tour for the native gardens. Check back for updates and pictures!

KBS Bird Sanctuary website: https://birdsanctuary.kbs.msu.edu/

 

KBS Science Education and Outreach Fellowship

During the 2018-2019 academic year, I will serve as one of the KBS Outreach Fellows, through which I will organize outreach events at KBS, lead tours of the facilities, and help coordinate professional development workshops for K-12 teachers. Check back for updates during the school year!

KBS Outreach: http://www.kbs.msu.edu/outreach/

KBS K-12 programs: http://www.kbs.msu.edu/education/k-12/