Saturday, September 24, 2011

Celebrating Trees in Our Communities

This community oriented presentation by international arboricultural consultant, Frank Buddingh’  will explore the importance of trees and how they are intimately linked to our lives.

Attendees will be introduced to:
1. the elements within the community that impact the health of trees
2. conflicts within the areas of local environmental policy and social customs pertaining to the health of trees
3. health-promoting features of the tree population
4. the need for change within our communities in regard to the health of its trees and the future

“We owe some understanding to our trees, without them life on earth is simply impossible!”, says Frank who has worked with and consulted on trees for over forty years in many locations around the world. Franks clients have ranged from royal households and local governments to corporations and tree owners. He has a deep understanding of the needs of trees and the importance of balancing these needs with the needs of people. 

Thursday, October 13th at 7:00, Larchmont Library. Free.

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