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UC Davis Tahoe Science Lecture Series

Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences

291 Country Club Dr., Incline Village, NV 89451

May 14

5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

April 14 @ 5:37 pm

A bee pollinates a flower

Bees in the Tahoe Basin: Pollination Ecology and Conservation

Bees are important pollinators worldwide and in the ecosystems surrounding Lake Tahoe. Learn about the basic biology and life history of bees, including social and solitary bees. Discover some of the common bees of the Tahoe Basin and the adaptations these bees utilize to live in this climate.

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Common Ground Movie Night

Join us for dinner and a movie with a community of garden lovers ahead of the 2024 Grow Your Own Festival!

Dog about to eat a treat

Options for Feeding Healthy Pets

Are you feeding your cat or dog the best and healthiest diet? UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine offers nutrition services to develop comprehensive and customized diet plans. Learn about the research-based evaluation of commercially available food options and home-prepared food recipes.

Visitors enjoy environmental education activities at the South Lake Tallac Historical Site

2024 Grow Your Own Community Festival (South Lake)

THREE COMMUNITY GARDEN DAYS AT THREE LOCATIONS

Summer Institute in Tahoe getting aboard the TERC research vessel

2024 UC Davis Summer Session at Lake Tahoe

The UC Davis Summer Session in Tahoe is scheduled for June 11-14, 2024. This summer session is designed to provide everyone with an opportunity to become a Tahoe expert and learn about all the latest research from the UC Davis Tahoe Environmental Research Center.

TERC CIRC 2021

TERC CIRC(umnavigation) 2024

To celebrate the summer beauty of Lake Tahoe and raise awareness of threats to the lake, we welcome everyone to join us for the fourth annual Circumnavigation of Lake Tahoe for Science, a seven-day kayaking journey dubbed TERC CIRC.

Photo of Dr. Suzanne Pierre

The New Field of Critical Ecology: Ecology Through the Lens of Decoloniality and Critical Social Theory

Join us to hear from Dr. Suzanne Pierre, founder and director of the Critical Ecology Lab! Dr. Pierre is a transdisciplinary scientist developing the new field of critical ecology, the study of basic ecological processes through the analytical lens of decoloniality and critical social theory.

Virtual lectures are recorded and will be available on the UC Davis TERC website at https://tahoe.ucdavis.edu/recorded-lectures and also on the TERC YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/ucdavistahoe

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Date:
April 14, 2024
Time:
5:37 pm

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