How best to manage public land has always been a topic of public policy debate. Plymouth State University presents, “Trends and Observations for Future Conservation Policy Decisions” at the April 8 Environmental Science Colloquium.
The presenter, Tom Wagner, has served as a Forest Supervisor on the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire and Maine since 2001. He also serves on National Emergency Management Teams for fire and other national disasters.
The Environmental Science Colloquium will be held April 8, 3:45 p.m., in room 001 of the Boyd Science Center on the campus of Plymouth State University.
For more information, contact Angela Uhlman or call 535-3179.
The Boyd Science Colloquium Lecture Series is a weekly opportunity for PSU faculty, staff, students and the general public to come together as a community to discuss issues of significance to science and society.