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Out on a Limb: Climate Change, Assisted Migration & Our Urban Forest

*Please note the room this month will be the Stephenson Hunt Room. It is in the hallway across from Wolf Hall

Join us for this presentation by ReForest London to learn about some of the fundamental implications of climate change and what our rapidly changing climate will mean for London's trees. Will trees be able to keep up with the increase in heat and extreme weather? What will our forests look like in the future? How might assisted migration strategies be used to help our forests adapt, and what can we as caring citizens do to help? 

Presenter Bio: Amber Cantell

As Director of Programs at ReForest London, Amber is responsible for helping set strategic direction for the organization and developing new programs to increase tree planting in London. She has a Masters in Planning from the University of Waterloo, as well as a certificate in Ecosystem Restoration from Niagara College. She has worked for a number of different environmental organizations over the years, including the Ecology Action Centre in Halifax and Waterloo Region Green Solutions, and has served as the Vice-Chair of the City of London's Trees and Forests Advisory Committee. She is a passionate advocate for climate change adaption and mitigation, and has been working with numerous local partners to explore what can be done to address this extraordinary challenge to our urban forest.

Please note, we will be meeting at 7:00 pm in the Lawson room in the Central Library in downtown London. I hope to see you there!

All are welcome!

$2 donation at the door

Lawson room, Central Library

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