Brunch with the author, Tim Palmer
16 September 2018 – Cook Forest
Join the Cook Forest Conservancy for coffee with author Tim Palmer, who’s presenting a slideshow of his lovely photography and research detailing the decline of the Eastern Hemlock and American Beeches, published this month by Penn State University Press — and what we can do to save these stately trees.
This event is free to all who RSVP, though space is limited – please RSVP here: http://cfc-palmer.rsvpify.com.
“Tim Palmer’s breathtaking photography perfectly captures the magic of Pennsylvania’s state tree, whether seen during a walk through an ancient grove or meandering along many streambanks and waterways in the commonwealth.
His images and prose will inspire us all to work on building resilience for adaptation to the impacts of climate change and to do what we can to save these majestic trees.”
—Cindy Adams Dunn, Secretary, Pennsylvania DCNR
This beautiful hardcover book will be for sale by the author at the event. Any donations to the Cook Forest Conservancy will directly benefit efforts to preserve the old-growth stands in Cook Forest from the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid.
>> 10 – 11:30 am, Sunday, 16 September, at Pavilion #2 in beautiful Cook Forest State Park, Pennsylvania. Approx. GPS coordinates = 41°20’50.0″N 79°13’11.2″W