Birds, Bees, Flowers, Trees: The Phenological Impacts of Climate Change

Jan 25 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Location: Fralin Auditorium

Join us as Dr. Jeremy Hoffman tells the story of local climate change and its impacts on our health, recreation, and daily lives. Jeremy regularly engages with audiences of all ages and backgrounds to explore climate change and how it works on multiple timescales from human (decades) to geologic (millions of years).

Sponsored by the Hahn Horticulture Garden, Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology, and the Global Change Center.

Free! Space is limited to 100.

Price: Free
Sponsor: Administration
Contact: Stephanie
Phone: 540-231-5970
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Did You Know?

Dragon's Tooth and McAfee Knob - located in nearby Roanoke, Va. - named "Favorite Sections of the Appalachian Trail" (2010).