Tree Trust, a community forestry nonprofit, is celebrating 40 years of existence with film, food and local brew on Thursday, April 28th. Below is more information on what this celebration event is about and how to get tickets:
Please consider attending the screening of the highly anticipated film, Trees in Trouble on April 28th at Lake Monster Brewing, St. Paul (Cretin and I-94 area) and the SPNN studios. This film focuses on the devastation caused by EAB (Emerald Ash Borer) in Ohio. The film will air at 6 and 7:15 PM, and will be followed by audience discussion moderated by Tree Trust’s Community Forestry Director, Karen Zumach, and a panel of stakeholders telling the story of EAB including: Cy Kosel from the City of St. Paul, Mark Abrahamson from the Dept. of Agriculture, and Mike Dye, Assistant District Manager, S&S Tree and Horticultural Specialists. Also invited are Rep. Rick Hansen, author of HF 2408-the EAB funding bill and Gary Johnson, University of Minnesota Dept. of Forest Resources. Cost to attend is just $20 and tickets are available at:http://treetrust.org/keep-in-touch/events/.
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