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Forest Trails & Forest Tales

Date: 06/22/2013

Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Location: Cloquet Forestry Center

Cost: Free

Description:

How do we know the forest? How does the forest know us? As climate change alters the landscape and its ecology, how do we bridge our past experiences of this place to our future hopes? What is the role of culture, science, art, industry, and recreation in considering these questions? Hear perspectives and join in conversation with community residents, researchers, artists, historians, musicians, storytellers, and educators for an interactive free public event at the Cloquet Forestry Center.  

See website for an updated speaker list.

Contact:

  • Name: Jonee Brigham
  • E-mail: kulma002@umn.edu
  • Sponsored by: Institute on the Environment, College of Design

Reservation Information:

Registration for Free Public Event Saturday June 22, 2013:
Space is limited so pre-registration is recommended by emailing Jonee at kulma002@umn.edu with names of those attending.

Registration for Workshop (June 21, 22, and 23, 2013)

Workshop is free. Participants pay for meals and lodging. Contact Jonee at kulma002@umn.edu to reserve meals and Stephanie Oberg at oberg086@umn.edu to reserve lodging.

Registration for Full 2 Credit Course (June 21-August 3, 2013):

Contact Connie Hessburg-Odland at hessb002@umn.edu.

More information: http://conversation-e.blogspot.com/p/forest-trails-forest-tales.html

Disability Options:

To request disability accommodations, please contact Jonee Brigham, Center for Sustainable Building Research, kulma002@umn.edu, 651-895-7834

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