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(BSW) Dyke Marsh presentation at GWU this Friday, Dec. 5

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  • Kathy Bilton
    (For illustrated copy of flyer, please email me at kathy@fred.net size about 4 MB) Celebrating Dyke Marsh Wildlife Preserve: Art, Science, and Conservation
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      (For illustrated copy of flyer, please email me at kathy@... size
      about 4 MB)

      Celebrating Dyke Marsh Wildlife Preserve: Art, Science, and Conservation

      Friday, 5 December 2008. 69 p.m. George Washington University, Room 113,
      1957 E Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. The nearest Metro station is
      GWU/Foggy Bottom (at 23rd Street and Eye Street, N.W.). Street parking
      should be available though paying a meter is required until 6:30 p.m.

      Introduction by Ms. Glenda Booth (President, Friends of Dyke Marsh), plant
      photo essay by Professor Elizabeth F. Wells (George Washington
      University), overview of biodiversity and arthropod research in DMWP by
      Professor Edward M. Barrows (Georgetown University), art by Mrs. Maria
      (Mania) Panayotopoulos, and the thought-provoking film

      On the Edge: The Potomac River, Dyke Marsh (2006, 43 minutes).

      Light refreshments. Free, open to the public!

      Contacts are Dr. Elizabeth Wells, efwells@...; Ms. Glenda Booth,
      gbooth123@...; and Dr. Edd Barrows, barrowse@....

      Cosponsors are Friends of Dyke Marsh, George Washington University BiSc
      158 (Field Botany) and Department of Biological Sciences, Mr. and Mrs.
      Nick Afentakis, and the Georgetown University Center for the Environment
      and Department of Biology.
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