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Canopy Confluences or A Child's Guide to Tree Climbing

Author: Hugh Bollinger/Wednesday, October 8, 2014/Categories: sustainability, art and design, environment, plants

The forest ecologist  Nalini Nadkarni   discusses how she came to appreciate trees both as a fascinating research subject but also for their myriad other attributes. She talks about her new book, Between Earth and Sky Between Earth  and Sky , her efforts to hold experiential "canopy confluences", and writing her first book, A Child's Guide to Tree Climbing, when she was six.

You can listen to a podcast of her full interview with Doug Fabrizio on RadioWest  here . You'll learn about Nakarni's interesting approach to putting on a conference of diverse forest interests and how her first book detailed tree climbing for kids.



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