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“Trees For The Future: Plan(t)ing For A Changing Climate”
February 18 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pmfree
How can we plant trees that will thrive in an unknown future? What factors should we consider when choosing and planting saplings that might live a century or more? We will be exploring and discussing many factors such as a changing climate, carbon sequestration, pests and disease, wildlife, aesthetics, genetics, human uses and budget. We will focus on species selection for diversity and resilience
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. Jacob co-founded Dig In Farm, facilitating regenerative agriculture programs for young people. He loves growing harvesting and eating fruits, nuts and berries. Jacob created the Outdoor Technology Program at Northwest Technical Center St Albans, designing a new program to immerse 9th and 10th graders in an outdoor-based experiential curriculum providing students with project-oriented experiences that emphasize applied academics through an environment lens.
Parking available in the Fleming Museum parking lot.