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Citizen Science: Human Trail Count

09/20/2014 - 08:00AM

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The Field Institute is coordinating an effort to count the numbers of hikers, bikers, and equestrians along our study trails. Human trail counters will hike anywhere from 1/2 to 2.5 miles to collect data.  Read more...

Butterfly Count is now FULL!

09/20/2014 - 08:00AM

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Thank you to everyone who RSVP'ed to the Butterfly count. We are now officially full. If you are interested in future butterfly counts, please contact Melanie to have your name put on the contact list.  Read more...

MSFI PastFinders: Life and Times of Lt. Schuyler

09/23/2014 - 05:30PM

Location: Arabian Library

Walter Schuyler was a key player in an important and successful Army operation on the Stoneman Road. Shelley Dudley, historian and Guidon Books store owner, presents a fascinating profile of the man and his times.  Read more...

MSFI Lecture Series

09/24/2014 - 05:30PM

Location: Mustang Library

This public lecture series will explore the historical, philosophical and ecological underpinnings of common questions in wildlife and ecosystem management that affect the Preserve and beyond. David E. Brown, Arizona Game and Fish Department alumni and author of 12 books and numerous articles on wildlife and history in the southwest, will discuss management from an historical perspective.  Read more...

MSFI Lecture Series

10/08/2014 - 05:30PM

Location: Mustang Library

Arizona State University professors Juliet Stromberg, plant ecologist, and Matthew Chew, ecologist and conservation historian, will discuss “What makes a plant native or non-native?”  Read more...

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