Rochester Hills Museum hosts History Traveler Program

The Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm presents the program South Florida and the Everglades as part of their History Traveler series  on Friday, March 22 at 7:00 p.m. Museum members are free, nonmembers are $5 adults and $3 seniors and students. Everglades National Park was created in 1947 with the intent to protect a threatened ecological system. The park itself is but a portion of what historically constituted the entire “river of grass” ecosystem. This park is rich in cultural history and home to some of the most rare and endangered species in the country. Today, the park itself is threatened!

Roger Bajorek is a graduate of Eastern Michigan University with degrees in biology and education. A resident of Oakland Township, Roger retired from Stony Creek Metropark after a thirty-five year career as the park naturalist.

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