Fermilab Natural Areas hosts 'Protecting Dark Skies' webinar May 12

Posted5/3/2021 12:41 PM

Fermilab Natural Areas will host a webinar on "Protecting Dark Skies" at 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 12.

Adam Kreuzer from the International Dark-Sky Association will explain the concept of light pollution, discuss the impact of light pollution on humans and wildlife, and explore how to restore dark skies in our own communities.


The program is free, but registration is required. You will be sent a Zoom link before the webinar

Sign up on EventBrite.com.

Webinars from the Fermilab Open House and Earth Day were recorded and will be available soon. Links will be emailed and posted on the group's Facebook and website.

The Fermilab Natural Areas organization, formed in 2006, is a nonprofit, all-volunteer network dedicated to restoring, managing and enhancing the natural areas and resources of Fermilab in order to maintain and improve their ecological health and biodiversity.

Visit www.fermilabnaturalareas.com or www.facebook.com/fermilabnaturalareas/.


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