The TR Site is pleased to be co-hosting the Western New York Land
Conservancy's Winter/Spring Speakers Series with all lectures taking place here
at the TR Site. The fourth lecture in the series will take place on Monday,
April 11th at 5:30 pm. Guest speaker is Stan Radon, Geologist with the NYS
Department of Environmental Conservation.
Popular for his gripping tours of local rock formations, Mr. Radon will be
speaking about time, climate, and the evolution of the geology and landscape of
Western New York. He has been a geologist with the New York State Department of
Environmental Conservation for the past 20 years and teaches geology and
environmental sciences at SUNY at Buffalo and Daemen College. The lecture is
free and open to the public.
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