City Nature Challenge 2024: Hartford + New Haven Counties: Biodiversity Observations

Let's share the biodiversity of central CT with the world! Search for wild plants, animals, and other creatures between April 26th and April 29 to see how many species you can find within the boundaries of Hartford and New Haven Counties, Connecticut - from our parks and wildlife areas, to our backyards and city streets. […]

City Nature Challenge 2024: Fairfield and Westchester County: Biodiversity Observations

The Maritime Aquarium is excited to bring the City Nature Challenge to Fairfield and Westchester Counties again in 2024! The City Nature Challenge is an international event where people find and document plants and wildlife in cities across the globe: a bioblitz-style competition where metro areas are in a contest against each other to see […]

YQI/Franke Nontechnical Talk: Nicholas Milkovich – Art and Material Science

Linsly-Chittenden Hall 63 High Street, New Haven

Your cells are leaking! - The uncanny biomechnical world of polyethylene art Sculptor Nicholas Milkovich studied Mechanical Engineering and Studio Art at the University of Virginia, and doubled down with a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Boston University and an MFA from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Truly at the intersection of art and science, […]

Wild & Scenic Film Festival On Tour

Clinton Town Hall 54 East Main Street, Clinton

Wild & Scenic is a film festival with a purpose, bringing together storytellers and stories that reflect a love and appreciation of the natural world. The evening will feature a series of short award-winning environmental and adventure films from around the world. Festival-goers will see 11 short films about nature, community activism, adventure, conservation, water, […]

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RTPC CONNECTICUT RIVER LECTURE SERIES: Resilient Connecticut: Protecting Our Coastal Communities: John Truscinski

Old Lyme Town Hall 52 Lyme Street, Old Lyme

One hundred year and five hundred year weather-related events are coming with more frequency and, as we see the catastrophic damage of storms across the country, we are reminded of our own vulnerability. Our coastal communities and diverse ecosystems that support, not just our wildlife, but our local economies and way of life remain at […]

2 Day Workshop: AN INCLUSIVE FUTURE FOR SCIENTIFIC FIELDWORK at the Yale Peabody Museum

Yale Peabody Museum 170 Whitney Ave, New Haven

Who does scientific research matters. It influences the questions that are asked, the insights that are made, and who leads the next generation. However, different kinds of research are not equally welcoming and accessible to all. Fieldwork is an integral part of the earth, life, and social sciences, but has unique logistical constraints, opportunities, and impacts. These […]

RTPC CONNECTICUT RIVER LECTURE SERIES: Exploring the Connecticut River: Patrick J. Lynch

Lyme Art Association 90 Lyme Street, Old Lyme

Whether you are planning a summer or fall expedition to explore the northern reaches of the Connecticut River or you just want to learn more from the comfort of home, Patrick Lynch’s latest book: A Field Guide to the Connecticut River: From New Hampshire to Long Island Sound is the book for you. Building off the success of his Field Guide to Long […]