Evergreens and Beautiful Bark - A Trees in Winter 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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Get outside and appreciate trees!  Embrace tree identification using bark, tree form, and other dangly bits as clues. Special attention will be paid to evergreen trees!

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(Class size 12-14, interactive walk)

Saturday, January 13 walk meets at 10:30am - This walk meets in Prospect Park and exact meeting instructions will be sent the day before the walk. Walk meets rain or shine, be sure to dress for the weather! 


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