Presentation on the trees of Chatham-Kent
The Chatham-Kent Public Library invites patrons to celebrate Earth Day a few days early and learn about the history of Chatham-Kent’s trees.
The Lower Thames Conservation Authority presents ‘A Living History: Trees of Chatham-Kent’ at the Chatham branch meeting room on Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
The film is 50 minutes long and features eight local people talking about eight different heritage trees found throughout the municipality.
This is the second documentary created by local filmmaker Wes Mcdonald. It examines the history, ecology and importance of these trees in our lives.
This viewing will open with a short introduction by Randall Van Wagner, LTCVA manager of conservation lands and services. He will also be available to answer questions following the film presentation.
This a free program and no registration is required.
To find out more about this program or others offered at Chatham-Kent Public Library, visit www.ckpl.ca