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Wildlands Conservancy Presents State Of The Lehigh River Watershed June 5; More Online Programs Coming Up

The Wildlands Conservancy will host a special online presentation June 5 on the State Of The Lehigh River Watershed starting at Noon.

Join the Conservancy's own Dr. Abigail Pattishall to learn about the Lehigh River Watershed, it's ecology, history and your role in protecting it.

The Lehigh River watershed encompasses more than 1300 square miles and 2000 stream miles. It is diverse—in geology, in habitat, in history, and it faces an array of diverse challenges.

In this presentation we’ll learn about the state of our forests, streams and wildlife; our conservation successes and challenges; and what we all can do to protect and restore the Lehigh River watershed.

There will be a 30-minute presentation followed by a Q&A session.

Click Here to register for this event or for more information.  Questions should be directed to Jim Hess, Director of Development, at 610-965-4397 X148 or send email to:

Creating Calm, Together

Creating Calm, Together is a collaboration spearheaded by Resilient Lehigh Valley that offers an online resource for Mindfulness and Social Emotional Learning for students, educators, parents and caregivers.

Birds, Bats, Bikes, More

Wildlands Conservancy has more virtual programs coming to you!  Click Here to check the events calendar to find out more.

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(Reprinted from the latest Wildlands Conservancy Outside The Inbox newsletter.)

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[Posted: May 27, 2020]


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