A series of four evening lectures where you can meet passionate professors and researchers. These researchers in biology, ecology or geology will revealed some secrets about our local environment. The lectures will be held at Gault House, from 7:30pm to 9pm. The admission is free but reservation is required.
The first of these lectures will be held Thursday May 22nd at 7:30pm. Isabelle Aubin, researcher and lecturer of the Monteregian Flora course will present the lecture “Springtime Beauty: the diversity of maple groves” (Beauté printanière : la diversité des érablières). Dr. Aubin will reveal some secrets that science has discovered about our spring wildflowers. Using magnificent pictures, she will present these little marvels of adaptation that are at the same time so diversified and vulnerable. You will discover the richness that is hidden in the understory of the mountain during the springtime.
To make a reservation, please call Benoît Hamel 450-467-4010 #229 or send an email to info.gault [at] mcgill.ca. The dates and guest speakers for September, October and November will be announced later this year. Please check our website at www.mcgill.ca/gault for information and future events. Please note that the lectures will be presented in French. These public lectures are organized within the framework of the activities of the 50th anniversary of the Gault Nature Reserve.