Giants in Our Midst: Ancient Trees
Oct 18, 2012
Join forestry expert Mark Duff as he takes us on a tour of the forests and shores of the Olympic Peninsula and the world's biggest trees. The Olympic Peninsula supports around 30 native tree species, which grow in habitats ranging from rainforest to sunny Sequim. It is home to the world's largest Red Cedar tree, which is 1000 years old, stretches 178 feet tall, and has a girth of 61 feet!
Presenter: Mark Duff
Tuition: Free, but suggested donation is $7.00.
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: CNC Auditorium