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75th Anniversary “7 for 75” Speaker Series Presents Adam Howard ’97

Thursday, Apr. 29, 2021 at 2:00pm-3:00pm

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Auburn University will host a virtual talk with Auburn alumnus Adam Howard ’97, director of farm operations at Arbor Day Farm as part of the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences’ 75th Anniversary Celebration.

Howard is the second speaker of the virtual “7 for 75 Speaker Series” hosted as part of the school’s yearlong celebration, which began March 1. He will give a talk titled, “How the Arbor Day Foundation impacts our world through the power of trees.”  Howard will discuss his time at Auburn, his career and current position as director of farm operations, the significance of Arbor Day and the critical role of the Arbor Day Foundation.

Arbor Day Farm, located in Nebraska City, Nebraska, encompasses 260 acres and is designed so visitors can experience the Arbor Day Foundation’s mission to inspire people to plant, nurture and celebrate trees.

The seminar is open to the public via Zoom and will be live-streamed via Facebook.

The “7 for 75 Speaker Series” is designed to feature distinguished alumni and industry leaders representing an array of forestry, wildlife and natural resource fields and enterprises. Speakers will cover a wide range of topics, from land management to current and future technology to stakeholder engagement.

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The seminar is open to the public via Zoom at https://auburn.zoom.us/j/84987679613.

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