Biodiversity in Maine: What it is, Why it Matters and Threats from Invasive Species

  • March 19, 2018
    5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

***Advance registration is requested. Click here to register.

Learn from Andy Cutko of The Nature Conservancy in Maine about biodiversity in Maine, why it matters for people and wildlife and how it is threatened locally by invasive plants and animals.

Andy Cutko is the Director of Science at The Nature Conservancy in Maine, where he oversees all aspects of the Conservancy’s work related to scientific research and analysis, strategic planning, and managing scientists on staff. Andy’s prior work includes positions with the Maine Natural Areas Program, US Forest Service, and an environmental consulting firm. He holds degrees from Williams College and Duke University, and he is a licensed forester in Maine. Andy lives with his family on the shores of Merrymeeting Bay in Bowdoinham.

This event is part of the Winter Educational Series offered by the Harpswell Invasive Plant Partnership, in collaboration with Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust and Harpswell Heritage Land Trust.