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(Members Only) Annual General Meeting & Prescribed Burn Project at Stone Road Alvar Nature Reserve
Friday, March 18 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm
(NATURE LONDON MEMBERS ONLY)
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Emma Horrigan, Ontario, Manager of the Community Science and Nature Guardians Youth Program, Ontario Nature
Emma, along with eight research partners, has led the work on Ontario Nature’s Stone Road Alvar Nature Reserve since 2017 which focused on evaluating the impact of a prescribed burn on alvar habitat and species at risk. Emma completed her M.Sc. in arctic ecology at the University of Toronto and her B.A. in forest conservation. She has been involved in several community science research initiatives across Ontario, ranging from biochar (which we may learn about in Emma’s presentation) to salamanders and turtle road mortality to agricultural pests. Emma has worked for the University of Toronto, Trent University, and a community-based research centre in Haliburton County. Currently, she is managing the Community Science and Nature Guardians Youth Program at Ontario Nature plus collaborative projects with agricultural and research partners.