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Working Lands & Seas

April 22, 2017 | 10:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

People use the planet for more than food production, and here too we are learning to manage our activities more wisely, whether it be sharing our shipping lanes with whales or minimizing human conflicts with wildlife on land.  Both wildlife and people can benefit.  

Speakers

Anson "Tuck" Hines

Anson "Tuck" Hines

Director, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center

Tremaine Gregory

Tremaine Gregory

Conservation Biologist, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute

Jefferson Hall

Jefferson Hall

Director, Agua Salud Project, Staff Scientist Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute

Roland Kays

Roland Kays

North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences and NC State University

Nick Pyenson

Nick Pyenson

Smithsonian Institution's National Museum of Natural History

Suzanne Asha Stone

Suzanne Asha Stone

Co-founder of the Wood River Wolf Project and Senior Northwest Representative for Defenders of Wildlife

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