Join Rich Geboy, the Midwest White-Nose Syndrome Coordinator for the US Fish & Wildlife Service; Lisa Brush, Executive Director of The Stewardship Network and colleagues from across North America for The Stewardship Network's monthly webcast to discuss this deadly disease dramatically affecting bat populations. White-nose syndrome is a disease that is killing hibernating bats in eastern North America. It is caused by a fungus that thrives in the cold environments where bats hibernate and has been confirmed in bat hibernation sites in 29 states and 5 Canadian provinces. Join us for this free, online interactive discussion of white-nose syndrome.
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Rich Geboy - Midwest White-Nose Syndrome Coordinator, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Lisa Brush - Executive Director, The Stewardship Network. Lisa has worked in the environmental field in Michigan for the last fifteen years. She is currently the Executive Director of the Stewardship Network and has been involved with the Network since its inception more than 10 years ago. She has a wealth of experience helping non-scientific people understand scientific issues. For over nine years, as she has built and coordinated The Stewardship Network, she has emphasized effective and meaningful stakeholder involvement in developing and implementing all aspects of this program. She has a M.S. in Natural Resources from the University of Michigan and a B.A. (Science in Society) from Wesleyan University.