Lecture: A Billion Years of Hudson Valley History

April 10, 2024

Virtual Lecture: "A Billion Years of Hudson Valley History"

Wednesday, April 10, 2024

7:00 PM | online via WebEx

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.

Speaker Bio:

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.

Virtual Tickets:

Tickets to this virtual program are free, but registration is required. Register at the link below.

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