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World Famous Cary Institute in Millbrook (Aired on January 31, 2021‪)‬ RadioRotary

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Millbrook, NY, is home base for the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, although the scientists connected with the Institute may work anywhere that their studies take them. The Millbrook main building, situated on 2,000 acres of study sites and trails, was among the most ecosystem friendly when it was constructed in 1978, but now is out of date and in need of repair and renewal. On this program, Catherine Forbes, Director of Advancement for the Institute, describes what the construction is all about and also some of the Institutes programs. Thirteen principal scientist work from the Institute, each with post-docs and technicians forming their teams as they investigate such topics of local interest as tick-borne diseases or the Hudson River ecology. Among the local benefits of having the Institute nearby are the many programs as each of the scientists (as well as visiting experts) provide free programs on their work. The Institute also provides summer educational programing for younger children and participates in Data Jam, which uses art to explain science.

Learn more:

Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies: https://www.caryinstitute.org/

Cary Institute on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CaryInstitute/

The Tick Project: https://www.tickproject.org/

Northeast US Data Jam: https://sites.google.com/view/nes-lter-schoolyard-datajam/home

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Environment


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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/radiorotary/support

Millbrook, NY, is home base for the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies, although the scientists connected with the Institute may work anywhere that their studies take them. The Millbrook main building, situated on 2,000 acres of study sites and trails, was among the most ecosystem friendly when it was constructed in 1978, but now is out of date and in need of repair and renewal. On this program, Catherine Forbes, Director of Advancement for the Institute, describes what the construction is all about and also some of the Institutes programs. Thirteen principal scientist work from the Institute, each with post-docs and technicians forming their teams as they investigate such topics of local interest as tick-borne diseases or the Hudson River ecology. Among the local benefits of having the Institute nearby are the many programs as each of the scientists (as well as visiting experts) provide free programs on their work. The Institute also provides summer educational programing for younger children and participates in Data Jam, which uses art to explain science.

Learn more:

Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies: https://www.caryinstitute.org/

Cary Institute on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CaryInstitute/

The Tick Project: https://www.tickproject.org/

Northeast US Data Jam: https://sites.google.com/view/nes-lter-schoolyard-datajam/home

CATEGORIES

Environment


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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/radiorotary/support

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