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Saving Sacred Species - Tomorrow Free Lecture, Scarsdale NY

From: Andrew
Sent on: Tuesday, September 15, 2009 11:41 AM
Saving Sacred Species
Wednesday, September 16, 7:30 pm

Greenburgh Nature Center
99 Dromore Road, Scarsdale, NY 10583, (914)[masked]
This is a handicapped-accessible location

This evening���s presentation explores connections between traditional
indigenous knowledge of animals and plants, and the latest studies in
conservation biology and ecology. From the ���herd wisdom��� of wild
buffalo and wild horses to the reciprocal relationship between people
and sweetgrass, this thought-provoking presentation will bring old
answers to our ecological crisis. Professor Tracy Basile, a journalist
and animal welfare consultant (and also a WESPAC member!), teaches
environmental studies at Pace University in New York. She is working
on a book Saving Sacred Species.

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