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Stone walls, wolf trees, pits and mounds - the landscape is full of clues to its history when you know how to read it. Explore the forest with ecologist Tom Wessels, and learn the art of "forest forensics." You'll see the forest in a new way after this workshop. 

Registration for this special event is $40/person.
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Tom Wessels, author of Reading the Forested Landscape, is a terrestrial ecologist and professor emeritus at Antioch University New England, where he founded the master’s degree program in Conservation Biology.

With interests in forest, desert, arctic, and alpine ecosystems, plus geomorphology, evolutionary ecology, complex systems science, and the interface of landscape and culture, Tom considers himself a generalist.

He has conducted workshops on ecology and sustainability throughout the country for over three decades. His latest book is Granite, Fire,and Fog: The Natural and Cultural History of Acadia.

Questions about this event? Contact Dan Morse at dan@rensselaerplateau.org.