Dangly Bits and Strong Lines: A Winter Tree Walk

image courtesy Lisa Nett
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Taught by Lisa Nett

Lisa hails from the tree filled state of Wisconsin. She studied forestry at UW-Madison, and the art of firewood stacking on the family dairy farm. She rolls through the city streets on a trusty Schwinn while sneaking peeks at the passing trees. Check out Lisa's tree-focused Tumblr, The Tree Seen, or follow her on Twitter, @lisa_nett

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Brighten your winter days and learn about trees!  Embrace tree identification using bark, tree form, and other dangly bits as clues.  

This class is outdoors for the entire session, please dress appropriately for the weather. Exact location will be send the day before the walk. 

* Saturday, January 30 walk takes place in Prospect Park. 

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