NATURE MONCTON DECEMBER MEETING
“The Great Trees of New Brunswick”
Date: Dec. 8th, 2020
Time: 7:00 PM
Presenter: David Palmer
** This will be a virtual meeting. Check the Nature Moncton Information Line BlogSpot for updates on how to connect. **
David Palmer obtained his MSc in Forestry from UNB and is past president of both the Canadian Forestry Association of New Brunswick and the Conservation Council of New Brunswick.
He has recently co-authored the book Great Trees of New Brunswick, 2nd Edition, a wonderful guide to the “more than five billion trees, many native to [New Brunswick’s] forests, some introduced by settlers.” The book acts as both a guide to identifying the trees of the province and a collection of stories connected to the most notable individual trees that New Brunswickers are drawn to.
Join David Palmer for a fascinating journey that will take us across New Brunswick to learn about the many trees that surround us and to appreciate the endurance and grandeur of some of the province’s greatest trees.
** If we were meeting in person, David would have copies of his books for members to purchase. Undoubtedly, he will tell us where best to order them.