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Week Two: Monarch Moments & More

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"Chautauqua Lake: Informed by the Past,
A Look Ahead." 
Speaker/Guide: Jane Conroe, Conservationist
Location: Smith Wilkes Hall

Jane will present an overview of our beloved lake’s ecological past, present, and future with her talk entitled Chautauqua Lake: Informed by the Past, A Look Ahead. Retired science teacher, founding member of the Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy, Jamestown Audubon Chairman, long time advocate for the protection of Lake Chautauqua.

Jane Conroe is a retired science teacher, founding member of the Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy, Jamestown Audubon Chairman, long time advocate for the protection of Lake Chautauqua.


MONARCH MOMENTS AND MORE Bring your lunch and a healthy appetite for learning on Mondays 12:15pm in Smith Wilkes Hall. Expanding beyond solely discussing Monarchs, settle in for a lecture about a topic related to the natural world with a wide range of interesting speakers. 

BUTTERFLIES AND BLOOMS program celebrates you - the gardeners in our audience who have adopted eco-friendly practices and have certified their gardens as monarch waystations with Monarch Watch. Prior to each Monarch Moments & More presentation, home owners will place a pin on their CHQ garden! 

Earlier Event: June 29
Week One: Purple Martin Chat
Later Event: July 2
Week Two: Lake Walk