The Hudson Valley tells a unique story of over a billion years of landscape evolution. This story is written in the rocks, hills, and valleys we live in; tales of an incredible transformation of land that was once situated at the equator submerged under the sea, later buried under a sheet of ice 2,000 feet thick. Embark on a journey through time and learn about the geologic history of our area in this virtual presentation with Kim Fendrich.
Kim Fendrich is the educator and program coordinator at Rockefeller State Park Preserve. With a background in geosciences, her interest in mineralogy has led her to work for NASA on the Mars Curiosity rover’s Chemistry & Mineralogy Instrument team. Kim also studied meteorites and comets at the American Museum of Natural History.
Tickets to this virtual program are free, but registration is required. Register at the link below.