Tuesday will be lovely weather! Grab your sandwich, bring your laptop outside and join us on this fascinating lecture about how trees actually chat with each other and the world around them. Forest ecosystems are held together by relationships among individual trees and between trees and other organisms. Contrary to traditional forest management models that focus on competition between trees, there is a richness of interactions in a healthy forest. In particular, the amazing ways that trees communicate and cooperate with each other seem almost like otherworldly magic. Maybe we can learn how to be better listeners too?
Join the Aspetuck Land Trust’s special guest speaker forest scientist Dr. Charlotte Pyle for a fascinating lunch and learn talk… you’ll never look at trees the same way again!