Science Café in Pinedale April 28
April 17, 2017
The Library and Sublette BOCES have collaborated with the University of Wyoming to bring science talks to Pinedale. The effort kicks off on Friday at 6:00 p.m. in the Lovatt Room of the Library on April 28th. BOCES will provide a free light meal and the Library will provide free beverages.
Each talk will be ten to fifteen minutes in length and followed by questions from the audience. Dr. Brian Barber, from U.W.’s Biodiversity Institute, will emcee the talks. The event should encourage lively discussions that tap the interests of people attending.
Sarah Daniels, a recent grad student at U.W., will present "Raccoon Problem Solving." PhD. student, Bryan Maitland, will present his research on the effects of stream culverts on trout. His talk is entitled, "Stream Culverts and Fish: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly." Finally, there will be a talk by Professor Anna Chalfon that should interest area bird-watchers. Dr. Chalfoun’s talk is entitled, "Is it for the Birds?"
Everyone invited to attend. If the talks are successful at drawing participants, this will be the first in a long series of "Science Café" events hosted by Sublette County Library, Sublette BOCES and the University of Wyoming.