Biomimicry: Looking to Nature to Solve Today’s Problems

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Thursday, November 19, 2020, 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Online Event

Kim White presents “Biomimicry: Looking to Nature to Solve Today’s Problems”

What does a Bur have in common with NASA? A Kingfisher with a high speed train? In this fascinating talk, Kim White, The Natural Naturalist, will show you many examples of when science and technology looked to nature to solve complex problems. Animal ambassadors: Axelotl, Dart Frog, Crested Gecko and hedgehog will accompany. This talk has received rave reviews every time it has been presented.

Kim has had a lifelong interest in the natural world. She spent 19 years associated with Brookfield Zoo’s Education Department as both a volunteer and employee teaching school groups. She is a master naturalist, a co-steward for the DuPage County Forest Preserve, education coordinator for the DuPage Monarch Project and avid gardener for both food production and habitat creation. Her summers are spent growing milkweed for the Monarch butterflies she raises from eggs and releases.

This event will be hosted on Zoom. A link to the Zoom meeting will be sent out in our newsletter the week of the event. If you have any questions on attending, please contact [email protected].

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