BDN shares Mitchell Center event about forest management and tick disease

The Bangor Daily News shared information about a talk on how forest management practices may affect ticks and tick-borne disease on March 28 from 3–4 p.m., hosted by Senator George J. Mitchell Center for Sustainability Solutions. Allison Gardner, assistant professor in the School of Biology and Ecology at UMaine, will discuss results from the project and how they could inform practical recommendations to protect rural community health while sustaining the economic and other benefits that forests provide. All talks in the Mitchell Center’s Sustainability Talks series are free and are offered both remotely via Zoom and in person at 107 Norman Smith Hall. To register and receive connection information, see the event webpage.