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Historic, Cultural, and Ecological Benefits of Trees

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Topic(s):

Fauna/Flora Taxonomy , Floodplain Management , Restoration Science

Priority Issue(s):

Community Resilience

Host Partner(s):

Apalachicola Reserve

Location:

 TBA

Date/Time:

calendar icon10/27/2016

Price:

$0.00

Max Applicants:

40

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Trees play an important role in Apalachicola’s appeal whether they are 200-year-old moss draped oak trees, huge flowering magnolias,or towering bald cypress. Trees provide shade, store water, add value to our homes and contribute aesthetically to the city overall as a historic rural landscape. Tree experts will discuss tree care, common diseases, pests, and understanding the history of urban trees and modern dangers trees face.

Where: TBA

When: October 27th, 2016 5:30pm-8:00pm

Sponsored byApalachicola Historical Society, Apalachicola Planning and Zoning, and City ofApalachicola