The Local Environmental Observer (LEO) Network
Time & Location
About the Event
Join the Susitna River Coalition and the Local Environmental Observer - LEO Network with the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium for our next Winter Speaker Series event and become a Local Environmental Observer! Do you have an interest in citizen science, local knowledge, and climate change?
The Local Environmental Observer (LEO) Network members share unusual environmental events that help us understand our changing world, and we can join in! A global network made up of local observers and scientists, the LEO Network is an engaging tool that allows us to collectively record how climate change is impacting our homes. Erica Lujan will present on this great tool at our upcoming winter speaker series February 26th.
Erica Lujan - LEO Network Coordinator, Community and Environmental Health. She is part of the Local Environmental Observer (LEO) Network and Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium.
The event is FREE (though donations are always appreciated and help cover the cost of the event).
Location: Denali Brewing Company-Twister Creek 6:00 - 7:00 \\ Presentation 7:00 - 7:30 \\ Discussion and Questions
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This event is made possible with support from our members, the Talkeetna Community Council Revenue Sharing Program, and the Patagonia Environmental Grants Program.