Join CE3 and the Environmental Studies Program on Oct. 23 from 11:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. for the third Brownbag Lunch of the semester, where we’ll visit a local nature gem: the Crane Hollow Nature Preserve.
Crane Hollow is a private nature reserve, research and educational site on approximately 1,900 acres of Hocking Hills. The event will begin with a short introductory talk by Crane Hollow Director Heather Stehle and Environmental Studies Outreach Coordinator Loraine McCosker. Participants will then travel on a guided hike to discuss the history, significance and preservation ethic of Crane Hollow.
Space is limited for this offsite event. For more information and to RSVP, contact Loraine McCosker at firstname.lastname@example.org by noon on Thursday, Oct. 22. Carpooling to the preserve available.
Save the date for upcoming CE3 Brownbags:
Nov. 6: The Sugarbush Foundation
Nov. 13: Balkans Delegation (special session)
Nov. 20: Tracy Sabetta, Initiative Counseling