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Discover Philadelphia's Great Trees

Wed, January 16, 2019 6:00 P.M.
Chestnut Hill Library

You are invited to explore, discover, discern, learn & appreciate this talk, as part of our 2019 Speaker Series.

Aborist and author Edward "Ned" Barnard, with co-author and landscape designer Catriona Brige, present highlights from a new field guide to our urban woodland, published by Columbia University Press in partnership with the Morris Arboretum. 

Ned, a resident of Chestnut Hill, previously authored "New York City Trees:  A Field Guide for the Metropolitan Area" and "Central Park Trees and Landscapes." He also wrote five children's books for Reader's Digest, on fish, birds, frogs, foxes and butterflies.

This program is generously supported by The Friends of Chestnut Hill Library and registration is recommended at

Chestnut Hill Library
8711 Germantown Avenue (Germantown Ave. & Bethlehem Pike)
Philadelphia, PA 19118-2716
215- 685-9290

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