Winter Enrichment Lecture Series During this year’s series, you will hear about innovative approaches and cultural perspectives that address environmental challenges. The 2021 lectures will be virtual. Talks will begin promptly at 10 a.m. (CST). Most lectures will be recorded. A link to view the recording will be available to registered participants only. Recordings will be available for one week after the talk. Some lectures will not be recorded, as noted with event listing. You will receive two automated email acknowledgements after you register (a payment confirmation, and a program confirmation of your lectures). Save these emails for your records. A few days before each lecture, you will receive an email with a calendar invite and a link to access the talk. 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Lectures are $10 each, or $70 for 7 or more lectures (7+ lectures must be registered together, we cannot bundle or give credits for separate registrations.). Registration for individual lectures closes the Sunday before the event. Recordings will be available to registered participants for one week after the lecture. Not all lectures will be recorded (noted below). Select All February 4 – Relationships, History, Hip Hop, and Forestry February 11 – Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Biodiversity Conservation (no recording) February 25 – How Microbes Shape Our Lives, Transform the Environment, and Influence Climate Change March 4 – Holy Ground: Working with Faith and Indigenous Leaders to Build Resilience March 11 – Beyond the Clinical Walls: Environmental Determinants of Health March 18 – Climate Change and Wisconsin’s Forests March 25 – Treaty Rights, Culturally Important Beings, and Indigenous-led Climate Adaptation in the Ojibwe Ceded Territories April 1 – Using Markets to Achieve Conservation: Examples from the Field April 8 – Climate Change, Reality versus Development: Global South and Worldwide Perspective Join our Email ListSign up for Arboretum News to receive monthly emails with news and events. 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