SJAS Program Trees in Trouble presented by Daniel Mathews Tuesday at 7:00 pm


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Don’t miss our next Zoom presentation:

TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 2021, 7:00 PM

Topic: Trees in Trouble
Presentor: Daniel Mathews
Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85828241367?pwd=cjVIQm1KenVyT0g1Q0tNS25iNFF0Zz09

Daniel will discuss his book, Trees in Trouble, about the effects of wildfires, insect infestations, and climate change on Western forests, and what’s needed in order to sustain our forests through the challenging transition to a new environment. He will show images that couldn’t be put in the book, and some California-pertinent updates.

The book just came out in paperback.

Daniel Mathews is the author of Natural History of the Pacific Northwest Mountains, Rocky Mountain Natural History, and Cascade-Olympic Natural History.  During a career of learning and writing about the natural history of western North America, he has backpacked far and wide, watched for fires from Desolation Peak Lookout, watched a forty-foot fir crash onto his family’s house in a storm, and lived for years in a forest cabin without electricity, heating with firewood and writing by kerosene lamp.  He lives in Portland, Oregon.

Hope you can join us!


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Kasey Foley
Stockton, CA