ReLeaf 2018 at RIT, Part V: Learning from the Best
These are just some of the talented professionals who presented talks and workshops at ReLeaf 2018. You can see the full program here.
NY Natural Heritage Program Ecologist Julie Lundgren served on the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid panel following the superb documentary about HWA: www.youtube.com/watch?v=AupnMjYaI0Q Photo by Michelle Sutton
Cornell Extension Associate Mark Whitmore (left) features prominently in the HWA documentary and served on the panel afterwards. Here, he is introducing silver flies that predate on HWA to hemlocks with students Ky Barnett and Tracy Yardley. Photo Cornell Chronicle
Hilary Mosher is the Finger Lakes Partnership for Regional Invasive Species Management (PRISM) Program Coordinator. She served on the HWA panel with Julie Lundgren and Mark Whitmore.
Chris Luley presented on Tree Decay Fungi, including edible species. Photo by Berna Ticonchuk
Greentopia EcoDistrict Manager Rachel Walsh presented on how High Falls is becoming the first EcoDistrict in New York State.
NYSDEC Research Scientist Jerry Carlson presented the plenary session on Saturday: “Oak Wilt: To Panic or Not” with extensive Q&A afterwards. Photo by Michelle Sutton