From birds to bees and climate to coasts, visit the Powder Magazine building at Magazine Beach Park each month to celebrate the excellent work and research of women in STEM from the Cambridge/Boston area. Presenters will share their research through an interactive display. Some events will include a walk around the park.
6/11 All About Pollinators with Jean Devine
Discover the special relationship between plants and their pollinators -native bees, butterflies and birds - and the role of other beneficial insects. Learn how Cambridge community members are taking action to protect this vital ecosystem service.
7/10 Clean Energy and Climate Solutions with Dr. Krista Reichert
Explore your climate action potential with help from students and professors representing Bunker Hill Community College.
8/27 Coastal Resiliency with Dr. Heidi Neph, Dr. Danielle Perry, Annalee Tweitmann, and Dr. Julia Hopkins
Danielle and Annalee will describe the salt marsh climate adaptation and shellfish restoration strategies Mass Audubon is implementing to protect our coastline from climate change effects. They will discuss Mass Audubon's past and current coastal restoration projects as well as future efforts being planning to enhance coastal resilience and protect communities against sea level rise.
Program meets at the Powder Magazine Building at 668 Memorial Drive in Cambridge, MA
Parking is available but please avoid driving if possible.