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Meet an Old-Growth Forest
Meet an Old-Growth Forest

Ecologist and professional tracker Sue Morse will guide participants through the characteristics that set apart old-growth forests from their younger counterparts. We'll start with the structure of an old forest, from large trees to standing snags to abundant downed and decaying wood, and look at how those features support plants, fungi, and wildlife. Sue will share her personal stories from decades of studying the landscape and the wild creatures who depend upon old and wild ecosystems to find refuge.

We recommend watching "Rewilding the Northeast" in advance of the event: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QuG5Dh1Yejg
This 10-minute video is an introduction to wild, old forests and to Sue's research and forever-wild land, Babysitter Swamp.
Co-hosted with Keeping Track: www.keepingtrack.org

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Northeast Wilderness Trust's 2021 virtual event series runs from mid-March through the end of May. To see other event listings, visit www.newildernesstrust.org/events

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This talk will be recorded and shared with all registrants via email within about a week of the presentation date. All videos from the Spring Speaker Series will be available on NEWT’s YouTube channel and Facebook page as well. *The only events in this series that will not be recorded are Nature Trivia on 4/22, Radical Ecology with Eileen Crist on 4/28, and Wilderness Ethics on 5/19 with Laura Waterman, as those three events involve audience participation.*

Mar 24, 2021 05:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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