Although this post is not related to events happening at a mall in the Philadelphia Area, it was sent to me, and I thought that there may be people interested in attending this event, so I decided to post the information.
Penn State Great Valley in Malvern, will be sponsoring a free presentation by author, nature journalist and lecturer Nancy Ross Hugo, “Seeing Trees: Discover the Extraordinary Lives of Everyday Trees” in June – here are the details:
Date: Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Location: Penn State Great Valley Conference Center, 30 E. Swedesford Road, Malvern, PA
Details: This presentation is free and open to the public.
Registration: Space is limited and registration is required at http://www.sgps.psu.edu/seeing-trees
About: Ms. Hugo is the author of books and articles on trees. Her latest book, Seeing Trees: Discover the Extraordinary Secret Lives of Everyday Trees, published by Timber Press in 2011, has been described as “a book to change us all into unabashed tree worshipers.” (Seattle Times). She has been writing, lecturing, and teaching about trees, native plants, and floral design for over thirty years. Her writing has appeared in Horticulture, Fine Gardening, American Forests, Country Journal, Virginia Living, and Country Life.
For eight years, her weekly columns on gardening and natural history (“Earth Works”) appeared in the Richmond Times-Dispatch, and her monthly “Habitat” column on gardening for wildlife appeared in Virginia Wildlife for ten. She has been recognized for excellence in magazine and newspaper feature writing by the Garden Writers Association and by the Virginia Urban Forest Council.
Source: Penn State Great Valley