This article was originally published on the website of the College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and written by Kurt Knebusch.
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COLUMBUS, Ohio — A playful-looking giant panda cub, lying on its back with its paws in the air.
A flock of migrating sandhill cranes, white clouds billowing around them, as seen from their same high altitude.
They’re some of the many images by award-winning National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore, who speaks March 26 at The Ohio State University. It’s a kickoff to the university’s ongoing celebration of Earth Day in April.
Tickets are free, preregistration is required. Register online at go.osu.edu/JoelSartore.
Sartore’s presentation is titled “Protecting Our Earth’s Biodiversity through Images, Stories and Action.” Samples of his photos can be seen at joelsartore.com/galleries.
Barbara Revard, director of program planning for the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, is also on the program. Her talk is called “Highlighting Central Ohio’s Contributions to Protecting Earth’s Biodiversity.”
Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the program goes from 7-8:30 p.m. in the Archie M. Griffin Grand Ballroom East in the Ohio Union on Ohio State’s campus, 1739 N. High St. in Columbus. Further details are atgo.osu.edu/EPNEvening.
The Environmental Professionals Network, a service of the School of Environment and Natural Resourcesin Ohio State’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, is the host.
The event’s sponsors include a number of Ohio State groups and departments — SENR, Office of Energy and Environment, SENR Coalition of Student Organizations, Zoology Club, and Photography Enthusiast Society — and Erica Kay Photography and Dave Liggett Photography.
For more information, contact EPN Coordinator David Hanselmann at firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-247-1908.