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Village Talk: Shady Talk…everything you wanted to know about trees...

Shady Talk…everything you wanted to know about trees but were afraid to ask – Jean Berger and Cris Miller

Join us for our November Village Talk when Jean Berger and Cris Miller will give their Shady Talk - everything we wanted to know about trees and were afraid to ask. There will be a question and answer session after the talk so please – do not be afraid to ask!

Jean and Cris will talk about Trees: Trees by the numbers and the value of trees and what they do for us. They will give us Newburyport Trees in a nutshell and talk about the organizations supporting the enhancement of our city’s urban forest. If you ever wondered who looks after the trees in our city, now’s the time to find out.

Jean is a certified Massachusetts Arborist, owner of Green Jean’s Design and Horticultural Services. She has been gardening all her life but made it a second career after fundraising for non-profits – she needed to be outside! She is a member of the nonprofit Friends of Newburyport Trees Board of Directors.

Cris is a life-long tree hugger. Having retired from a career in Software he is currently Vice Chairman of the Newburyport Tree Commission and President of Friends of Newburyport Trees.

Village Talks are offered by the Greater Newburyport Village for the enrichment of the community. Village Talks occur every third Wednesday of the month at the Newburyport Senior/Community Center, 331 High St., Newburyport.  Talks are free and open to all.

Wednesday, November 20, 2019, 1:00 PM until 2:00 PM
NBPT Senior/Community Center
331 High Street
Newburyport, MA  01950
Joyce Cejka
Village Talk
Registration is not Required
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