At noon EST on November 9, 2006, Dr. Char Miller will appear on WUNC-FM's "The State of Things" interview program prior to presenting his lecture, "Will the U.S. Forest Service Celebrate a Bicentennial?: The Remarkable History of and Future Challenges Facing a Resource Agency" at 4:30 p.m. on November 9 in White Lecture Hall, Duke University East Campus. You can hear streaming audio of the show as it airs or pull it up from the archive afterwards at: http://www.wunc.org/tsot/
Dr. Miller's afternoon lecture will examine the central administrative, legal, and political tensions that the U.S. Forest Service has long confronted, and evaluate the key environmental challenges the agency and the nation will face over the next century. The lecture, co-sponsored by the Forest History Society, the Duke University Nicholas School of the Environment & Earth Sciences, and Duke University's Department of History, will be held in White Lecture Hall, Duke University East Campus. This lecture is FREE to the public. Parking will be available around the East Campus Quad. A reception will follow at 5:30 p.m. in the East Duke Parlors.
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