What can one tree tell us about climate change and our changing world?
February 22nd, 6:30pm at the Land Trust, "Witness Tree: My year with a single, 100-year old oak", featuring Lynda V. Mapes, author and environmental reporter for the Seattle Times.
Lynda will show slides from her year exploring the human and natural history of a single, 100-year old red oak tree at the Harvard Forest in Petersham, Mass., and read from her book Witness Tree.
The Witness Tree Project (2014-2015) is an intimate look at the human and natural history of a single, 100-year old red oak tree at the Harvard Forest by Bullard Fellow Lynda Mapes. The result of Lynda’s exploration will be her forthcoming book, Witness Tree, which will be published by Bloomsbu...
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