The Andrews Forest LTER program, in conjunction with the COF’s Graduate and International Programs in the College of Forestry and the OSU’s Environmental Arts and Humanities Program, is pleased to host Ricardo Rozzi, a leading thinker concerning the intersection of society and the environment, especially in forest systems. Rozzi is a Chilean ecologist and philosopher who is professor and the Director of the Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program. We invite you to attend the following seminar and roundtable discussion.
Seminar: The Place of Environmental Ethics in Sites of Long-Term Ecological, Social, and Conservation Work: The Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Conservation Program. Thursday, October 22, 11 AM. Richardson 115
Roundtable discussion: Patagonian Long-Term Socio-Ecological Research program and the integration of humanities in the Sub-Antarctic Biocultural Program and the Omora Ethnobotanical Park. Thursday, October 22. 1 PM. Peavy 143