The Evenings at Whitney are a series of public lectures on current science topics or ongoing research at the Whitney Lab that brings experts in their field to our region. This lecture is titled Historic Trees: The Science Behind the Preservation and Conservation of our Largest Specimens and features Danny Lippi, International Society of Arboriculture certified arborist and qualified tree risk assessor as well as University of Florida Master Naturalist Instructor. He’ll talk about the biology of tree growth, specifically how older trees grow in comparison to younger trees.
Lectures are free and open to the public and will be at the Center for Marine Studies at the Whitney Laboratory. There is no charge for parking and reservations are not necessary.