SFL - Trees of Life: Nuts in the Eastern US and Their Importance through Time

Trees of Life: Nuts in the Eastern US and Their Importance through Time


Tuesday, March 12th, 6-8PM at the Human Services Complex, 323 Owego Street, in Montour Falls in room 120.


This workshop traces the importance of nut trees to ecological and social development in the northeastern US from ancient times to visions of a sustainable future. Class is $20 and you must preregister by March 8th. About the guest speaker: Sam Bosco is a PhD student in the Horticulture Section of the School of Integrated Plant Science at Cornell University where he studies the agricultural, social, and cultural dynamics of nut tree-based agroforestry in NY.


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