Apr 08, 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Meeting Room B
Flood Plain: a Clear View of Life in the Big Muddy
The Missouri River is the longest river in North America. For centuries, we have relied upon the water and species within it for survival, and recent decades have seen its ecology drastically change due the influences of human development. Learn more about this important waterway and the unique and elusive biodiversity of the Missouri River basin. Presented by conservation photographer, presenter and environmental educator, Alex Wiles.
This event is free, pre-registration is required to attend as space is limited, walk in participants will not be admitted. Please register here. For questions not answered online please call 712-545-3283.
Due to COVID-19 the format for this program has changed:
- Attendees are required to wear a mask for the entire duration of the program
- Overall attendance numbers have been reduced to facilitate social distancing
- Pre-registration is required to attend, walk in participants will not be admitted
- Attendees must sign a waiver before participating
- There will be no reception or speaker meet & greet following the presentation
The 2021 Speaker Series is a programming series, held in partnership with the Council Bluffs Public Library, designed for teens & adults to provide them with an opportunity to learn from and interact with various authorities in the fields of conservation & environmental science.
- Pottawattamie Conservation has received a grant award of $ 1,350.00 from Humanities Iowa, a state-based affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, in support of a project called “Speakers Series 2020 – 2021”.