The prestigious Barcardi Lecture Series has started and the speaker list is phenomenal! Click here to see the full list of speakers.
This time is was the turn of Dr. Susan Walker who works for the Wildlife Conservation Society and talked about "Certification of goat and sheep fibers as a tool for conservation in the Patagonian steppe”
Susan Walker has lived in the Patagonian region of Argentina for the last 22 years. She helped build and co-directs the Patagonian and Andean Steppe program of the Wildlife Conservation Society in Argentina. She received a BA in Anthropology from the University of Tennessee and an MS and PhD in wildlife ecology and conservation from the University of Florida. Prior to settling in Argentina, she worked on wildlife research and conservation projects in Belize, Thailand, and Florida.