Trees hold a key place in the Web of Life here on Earth. With them, all beings have air to breathe, soil to live and grow upon, water and rain to cleanse and nourish, and the ability to transform the light and fire of the sun into food and nutrients for all of Life. Humans have revered and honored them in all traditions and cultures for millennia without the science to explain it all. And now, through science, we are learning that trees form a network of connection, communication, and co-creation beneath the soil surface ~ the true World Wide Web. We’ll look at the beautiful variety of trees that are home here in the Lake George Watershed, and the value of “Protecting the Land that Protects the Lake”
Virtual option available.
About the Speaker: Nancy Scarzello, herbalist, naturalist, artist & writer has been studying and teaching about herbs and the natural world for over 40 years. Whether she is exploring the forest, fields and watery places or making plant medicines and guiding clients, she shares her passion for a self-reliant, deeply rooted, green-spirited lifestyle through her company, Forest Bay Herbals, and serves on the Advisory Board of United Plant Savers. She makes her home in Ticonderoga & Hague on Lake George and can be reached at email@example.com.
About the Living Lands Series
Living Lands is a presentation series that takes an exclusive and up-close look at the people, history and wildlife of the lands of Lake George and the Adirondacks, past and present. The 2023 summer’s Living Lands Series will be live at the LGLC office in Bolton Landing at 5:30 p.m. Registration is required, as space is limited. Visit our Living Lands page for a full schedule.