“Trees For The Future: Plan(t)ing For A Changing Climate”
February 18 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pmfree
Jacob Holzberg-Pill’s work as an educator has centered on agroecology, nature connection and holistic land stewardship. He holds graduate degrees in Education and Forest Ecology, and most recently co-founded Dig In Farm, facilitating regenerative agriculture programs for young people. He loves growing harvesting and eating fruits, nuts and berries. Lately he has been enjoying working to perfect his flourless chocolate cake recipe and tracking foxes in the snow.
Parking available in the Fleming Museum parking lot.