From September to May, TFN hosts eight monthly talks & lectures by noted experts, exploring everything from nature in the city to global environmental issues. Recent lectures have included Dog-strangling Vine (Stuart Livingstone), Rethinking Beauty: Inspiring Gardeners in a Changing World (Paul Zammit), and Ethics in Wildlife Photography (Mark Peck).
Lectures are traditionally held in Emmanuel College or Northrop Frye Hall on the University of Toronto campus (Victoria College), just outside Museum TTC station, and are wheelchair accessible. Presently, all of our lectures are held via Zoom.
Visitors are always welcome and no admission fee is charged. Social time from 2:00 pm. Lectures start at 2:30 pm.
December 5, 2021 at 2:30 pm
Piping Plovers in Ontario
Andrea Gress, Ontario Piping Plover Program Coordinator, Birds Canada/Oiseaux Canada
February 6, 2022 at 2:30 pm
Dr. James Schaefer, Dept. of Biology, Trent University