As part of their 'Celebrating Maine Women' series, the Winthrop Library will be hosting a talk about coastal ecosystems with marine scientist, Heather Leslie. According to the Kennebec Journal, Heather is the director of the U-Maine's marine laboratory, Darling Marine Center and additionally is a professor of marine sciences.

The event will be happening virtually on Wednesday, April 28th at 6:30 PM. If you're interested in participating in the chat you can join the zoom call from the Bailey Library website by clicking here.

Heather will be talking about ecosystems and how humans have a major impact on them. She'll also be discussing the planet's changing climate and how that, along with regulatory and economic policies, can effect them, too.

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