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The Nature of Oaks – Zoom discussion with New Haven Community Library
April 20, 2022 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Did you know that there are whole colonies of ants so small they can live in acorns? That oak leaf litter purifies groundwater? Or that in our area, oak trees support 401 species of butterflies and moths? The New Haven Conservation Commission and the New Haven Community Library invite you to join a community discussion of Douglas Tallamy’s book The Nature of Oaks. A page-turner, Tallamy’s latest work is full of fascinating information about the oak species, birds, insects, and practical how-to advice on planting oak trees–one of the best things we can do for our planet.
To register for the program, call or email:
NEW HAVEN COMMUNITY LIBRARY
(802) 453-4015 | firstname.lastname@example.org