We have a busy schedule developing for 2017, including an exciting Field Course every month, and an increasing number of lectures and workshops. We will also begin volunteer activities once the weather warms up a bit. Please visit or Courses and Events Page for up-to-date information, and don't forget to like us on Facebook

Our February Field Course will  be a visit to parts of urban Lexington that are home to a remarkable number of ancient trees, many of them in unlikely places. Register today!

For our March Field Course, we will spend a day exploring the interesting woodland pastures of Griffith Woods Wildlife Management Area in Harrison County. We will see some of the largest trees of their species, and see how woodland pastures can reproduce. Register today!

Would you like to host a Field Course, Workshop, Lecture or Book Event in your area?  Contact us for more information.


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