Fri, Sept 23

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Community Hall

Caribou to Newts: Connecting Landscapes in a Changing Environment with Dr. Pamela Wright

Dr. Wright's research focuses on conservation-based approaches to protected areas design, planning, and management, emphasizing connectivity, climate change, and ecological integrity.

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Caribou to Newts: Connecting Landscapes in a Changing Environment with Dr. Pamela Wright

Time & Location

Sept 23, 7:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

Community Hall, North Pender Island, British Columbia, Canada

About the Event

The Pender Island Conservancy is proud to present Dr. Pamela Wright. She is a conservationscientist from the Ecosystem Science and Management program at the University of Northern British Columbia and is in the process of retiring to Pender Island. Pam’s research focuses on conservation-based approaches to protected areas design, planning, and management, emphasizing connectivity, climate change, and ecological integrity.

Friday September 23 at the Community Hall, 7pm-930pm . Refreshments will be served. $5 dollars at the door

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