Forestry Celebrate Learning: Interpretative walk at the Pacific Spirit Park
Tuesday, October 26, 2010 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM
Interpretive Walk in a Coastal Western Hemlock – Douglas Fir Forest
With Professor Bruce Larson, Head of Forest Resource Management Department, Faculty of Forestry
Tuesday, October 26
12:30 – 1:30 pm
Pacific Spirit Park, 16th Avenue and Hampton Pl.
RAIN OR SHINE: take your lunch out and enjoy one hour walk in the forest.
– Prof. Larson will give us the story of the hemlock/Douglas fir forest at the Pacific Spirit Park.
– Become knowledgeable about what the forest looked like before and notice the disturbances that have guided its growth.
– Learn about the many goods and services that a forest like this provides and also what the Faculty of Forestry is about.
Meet at the Douglas fir trailhead on 16th Ave and Hampton place crossing.
This is a free event for the UBC community, but registration is required. Please reserve your free ticket here: http://forestrycelebratelearning.eventbrite.com/
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