Talk on Endangered Plants Nov. 7 at Northern Vermont University-Johnson
Vermont Agency of Natural Resources botanist Bob Popp will talk Nov. 7 as part of the 24th annual Current Topics in Science Speaker Series at Northern Vermont University-Johnson.
All the talks in the series, free for the public, are 4-5:15 p.m. in Room 207 at Bentley Hall. The series is coordinated by NVU-Johnson’s Environmental and Health Sciences Department.
Popp, in the agency’s Fish and Wildlife Department, will discuss rare, threatened and endangered plants in Vermont and related management issues.
The other November speakers and topics include:
- Nov. 14 — Meghan Rodier with the Lamoille County Planning Commission, Peter Danforth with the Lamoille County Conservation District, and Danielle Owczarski and Staci Pomeroy with the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation, “Green Storm Water Infrastructure and Flume Demonstration”
- Nov. 28 — Darlene Olson, Norwich University associate professor of mathematics, “An Assessment of the Statistical Methods Used to Analyze RNA-Sequencing Data”