If Trees Could Talk: Trees and the Mountain Landscape


Redpath Museum auditorium, 859 rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montreal, QC, H3A 0C4, CA
FREE, Everyone welcome.
Join Catherine Polcz, a botanist in the McGill Plant Science department, for a presentation and walk about the natural history of Mont Royal Park. This presentation will examine how the mountain has changed since the settlement of Montreal and look at some of the challenges associated with living on a mountain in an urbanized environment.
Meet: Auditorium Redpath Museum before the walk up the mountain.
Organized by: McGill Science Outreach. FREE.   Everyone welcome. No reservations necessary. 

These monthly tree talks are inspired by Bronwyn Chester's Island of Trees. A limited edition print of an article Bronwyn Chester wrote about the Jack Pine will be available for a minimum $15 contribution. At the door.  

IMAGE: Cyclist rides off trail in the trees of Mount Royal Park. Les amis de la montagne says bicycles are only permitted on the Olmstead Trail in this portion of the park in order to preserve the natural landscape. By Allen McInnis, The Gazette.