Eastern White Pine Documentary showing

13 Dec
January 15, 2020 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary
127 Combs Road
$6 members, $8 non members
Mass Audubon
413 584-3009

The Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary will host a showing of a new documentary film, Eastern White Pine – the Tree Rooted in American History, on January 15th from 7 to 9 pm

In colonial American times, stately eastern white pines were among the most valuable trees on the planet. They were an imposing presence in the primeval forests of eastern North America.

This new documentary film by naturalist & film maker Ray Aselin, tells the story of our native white pine, and the significant part it played in America’s founding and history, using archival footage, stunning photography, and aerial views

After the movie, the Aselin and Bob Leverett of the Native Tree Society, will describe the making of the film, and answer questions from the audience.

Cost of the program is $6 for Audubon members, $8 for non-members

To register, email arcadia@massaudubon.org or call 413 584-3009.

Snow Date is January 22nd.