Lebanon's science cafe is Thursday, on invasive insect pests in the forests
Posted by David Brooks | Tuesday, March 26, 2013
The latest science cafe in New Hampshire - cleverly called a "science pub", which is really a more accurate title - takes place Thursday in Lebanon, near Dartmouth College. The topic: "Can We Save Our Forests From Invasive Insect Pests?" Discussion leaders are Matt Ayres, Professor of Biological Sciences at Dartmouth, and Rhonda Mace, Forest Pest Outreach Coordinator for the Vermont Agency of Agriculture.
It should be good. I'm hoping to be there, although the three-hour round-trip drive from my home is a bit of a drag - which is exactly why even a small state like New Hampshire needs multiple science cafes scattered around.
It's this Thursday, March 28, from 5:30-7:30 pm at the Salt hill Pub in Lebanon. For details, check their website.