Posted by: Sandy Steinman | January 20, 2023

Language of the Land: Secrets of the Oak Woodlands -zoom 1/25/23

from Sonoma Land Trust

Language of the Land: Secrets of the Oak Woodlands  with Author Kate Marianchild  Jan. 25, 2022 at 7-8:30pm, 

Sonoma County’s oak woodlands are teeming with life — plants and animals that exist in an astonishing variety of shapes, behaviors, and interrelationships. Many of these life forms depend on oaks, and others rely on plants that live in community with oaks. In a presentation illustrated with videos as well as photographs, author and naturalist Kate Marianchild will take us on a riveting tour of oak woodland trees and shrubs and the animals that can’t live without them.

Don’t miss Kate’s closing story, “A Night in the Life of Lively the Woodrat.”

Spanish interpretation will be provided.

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  1. Will this Zoom program be made available to view after the fact for those unable to attend the Zoom session? Thanks.

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