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Thursday, April 11, 2019

Rethinking Roadsides in Cafe Botanique, April 17th


Rethinking Roadsides: Exploring Rights-of-Way as Habitat
Haley Stratton, Environmental Scientist

Roadsides across the country add up to more than 17 million acres of area that could provide much needed habitat for birds, small mammals and pollinators. Simple changes in management of rights-of-way are can provide ecological, economic and aesthetic benefits.

Haley Stratton is an Environmental Scientist at Felsburg Holt & Ullevig (FHU), specializing in transportation engineering, planning, and sciences. Her favorite part of the job is combining ecology with transportation services for innovative solutions to the negative effects of transportation projects.

Cafe Botanique
April 17, 6:30-8 p.m.
Gates Hall

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