1. Walt Anderson waxes poetic and takes a sincere look at how a Naturalist sees the world complete with stunning photography.

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  2. This is an ongoing series that pairs practitioners from different backgrounds for an informal, facilitated, dialogue about the role of natural history in their lives and work. These stimulating conversations are spontaneous, never knowing what is going to be discussed next, and the audience participates with a Q & A.

    Host: LIsa Zander
    Guests: Buddhist scholar, Grace Burford and conservation biologist, Tom Fleischner

    Presented by the Natural History Institute at Prescott College.

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  3. This is an ongoing series that pairs practitioners from different backgrounds for an informal, facilitated, dialogue about the role of natural history in their lives and work. These stimulating conversations are spontaneous, never knowing what is going to be discussed next, and the audience participates with a Q & A.

    Host: Tom Fleischner
    Guests: ecologist, Lisa Floyd-Hanna and artist, Julie Comnick

    Presented by the Natural History Institute at Prescott College.

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  4. With wit and humor, entomologist Terry Wheeler discusses his work studying insects in the high Arctic of Canada, and what they can tell us about our changing climate.

    Terry is an Associate Professor in entomology at McGill University, in Montreal, Quebec, where he is also the director of the Lyman Entomological Museum. He is the president of the international Natural History Network.

    The Natural History Institute hosted Terry’s talk on November 21, 2013, in their gallery at Prescott College in Prescott, Arizona.

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  5. From invasive plant removal to the installation of a public greenway, co-founder of the Butte Creek Restoration and Education Project, faculty Joel Barnes, talks about the important work being done to improve the section of Butte Creek that winds through the Prescott College campus. Joel also discusses the fundamentals of the restoration process in an urban setting.

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