If you look closely at the shape of the horizon, the structure of trees, the texture of soil, the patterns in a meadow, and other clues in nature, you will discover the processes that form our world. Join Noah as he shares immersive photography from his new book, These Trees Tell a Story, and provides clues to reading New England landscapes and fascinating natural history details about some of the places he has explored. Click here to watch two delightful, very short videos that will give you a tantalizing taste of what to expect.
Noah Charney is assistant professor of Conservation Biology at the University of Maine and coauthor of the award-winning Tracks and Sign of Insects and Other Invertebrates: A Guide to North American Species. He lives in Orono, ME.
This virtual presentation is part of the Cathance River Education Alliance Speaker Series program.