“Wild Spartans Series – Researching Wildfire (ages 12-19)” with Saginaw County 4-H
April 13 @ 7:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Delve into the cutting edge world of wildfire research to discover the role technology plays in
studying the impacts to flora and fauna of boreal and arctic regions. Hear from a wildfire scientist about researching the behavior and impacts of wildfire in remote areas.
Follow along as we climb through bogs, peer into bear dens, mist net songbirds, snorkel for fish, or perhaps even tag deer. Meet researchers, learn about their field work, and the education and career path they’ve followed to get there. Sessions last approximately 30 minutes and will feature 1-2 guest researchers. Following presentations, youth will be encouraged to ask questions to learn more through a live Q&A with scientists. Suggested audience age is 12-19 years. Viewers are encouraged to watch together with their families. This series is open to non-4-H youth and is free of charge. Monthly Sessions will be held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7pm EST through May.
April 13 at 7pm