Forest Ecology Lecture and Hike
“Our Forest in Crisis” a Two-Day Program
Lecture: Thursday, March 23rd, 7 PM
Hike: Sunday, March 26th, 2 PM
This two-part program with Naturalist Marc Gussen, will expose participants to the many pressures our forest faces, and a course of action for protecting the woods we love. Deer overpopulation, the sudden loss of our beech and ash trees, the rise of many non-native invasive species and global climate change, have combined to create a "perfect ecological storm".
Part One: Lecture: Come learn where we are, where we are headed and what we can do to preserve this precious resource.
Admission: $10 for Members/ $15 for Non-Members
Part Two: Forest Ecology Hike: Sunday, March 26th at 2:00 PM
Admission: Donations happily accepted!
To register please go to: https://register.communitypass.net/Closter, and you will be taken to Community Pass, our online registration and payment system. Look for "Adult/Community Programs 2022-2023".
If you have any questions please call our Naturalist, Marc Gussen at: (201) 750-2778. Or email our Program Director Aubrie Emmons at: firstname.lastname@example.org .
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