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Sweetgreen Dinner prior to Forest Unseen Talk (Arlington)

Several organizations in Virginia are sponsoring a talk by noted author and biologist, David Haskell, at Arlington Central Library in Ballston.  You are invited at 6:15 to dinner at Sweetgreen before the talk.  I expect that the talk will attract a large crowd so I am not posting the talk itself as a meetup because it will be too challenging to meet up there, so to speak.  My plan, however, is that those at dinner will attend the talk if they wish.  More information on the talk is below.







You are invited to the following special event, which is co-sponsored by the Arlington Regional Master Naturalists, the Arlington County Public Library and the Potowmack Chapter of the Virginia Native Plant Society:

The Forest Unseen: A naturalist's manifesto Biologist David Haskell reveals the secret world hidden in a square meter of old-growth forest.

Monday. September 30, 7-8:45 p.m. at Arlington Central Library.  Free; reservations not required.







Join award-winning author and professor David George Haskell as he relates his year of scientific and personal observations of a single square meter in the old growth forest of the Cumberland Plateau. Haskell's award-winning book The Forest Unseen: A Year's Watch in Nature, is a 2013 Pulitzer Prize finalist and has been hailed by E.O. Wilson as a "new genre of nature writing, located between science and poetry".  In his talk, Dr. Haskell will share his observations and expose a world of unseen,yet amazing, interactions in nature.

Nature Lovers is proud to be sponsored by Clean Currents.























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