Trees of Yosemite: Threatened Treasures - with Park Ranger Bob Roney
Saturday, August 16, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM (PDT)
Palo Alto, CA
Join Canopy around the campfire for a lively evening with author, park ranger, and master naturalist Bob Roney, also known as “Ranger Bob.”
Roney has spent nearly five decades in Yosemite National Park -- first as a firefighter, then as a park ranger, and always as an enthusiastic steward of one of America’s greatest treasures. His tales of amazing trees will reveal the human and natural forces that shape Yosemite’s forest ecosystem.
Following the presentation, linger around the fire for marshmallow-roasting, s’mores, and more tree talk with Canopy friends.
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