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Emerging Scholars Night: Environmental Justice and Historic Preservation

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Thursday, August 17 6PM


FREE; Advance Registration Suggested


Join Boscobel House and Gardens in welcoming five student scholars to share their environmental justice and historic preservation projects:

Open Space Institute’s Barnabas McHenry Fellowships

  • Christina Bell for Rensselaer Plateau Alliance, Nature for All: Creating a Sensory Trail to Connect People with Disabilities to Nature
  • Aidan Emery for Boscobel House and Gardens, Digitizing History: Loyalist States Dyckman at Home and Abroad
  • Kathryn McKenzie for Outdoor Promise, Newburgh’s Watershed: A Visual Journey
  • Morgan Miller for Franklin D. Roosevelt Hyde Park Foundation, Research and Education for Roosevelt Preservation Horticulture

Children of the American Revolution

  • Nate Stickle, New York State President, The Great Chain: Link to History Project

Children of the American Revolution

This event will take place in the Visitor Center, an ADA-accessible facility.  Special thanks to Open Space Institute, the Children of the American Revolution, and to Boscobel members and donors, who make every Boscobel experience possible.

Image: Aidan Emery, Open Space Institute McHenry Fellow and University of Vermont student, whose Historic Preservation project is based at Boscobel House and Gardens.

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