Author Event: American Forests
14th & V | Langston Room | October 16, 2017 | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Join American Forests in the Langston Room for this book talk featuring Joan Maloof. She will be discussing her books The Living Forest and Nature's Temples. 

About the Author:

Joan Maloof is a writer, an ecologist and a conservationist with a unique voice in today’s times. She has studied and worked with plants her entire life; her formal education includes a bachelor’s degree in Plant Science, a master’s degree in Environmental Science, and a Doctorate in Ecology. She is a professor emeritus at Salisbury University where she taught Biological Sciences and Environmental Studies. Maloof has published numerous research articles in publications such as Ecology; American Journal of Botany; and the International Journal of Environmental Studies. Maloof’s books include Teaching the Trees (2005), Among the Ancients (2011), and Nature’s Temples: the Complex World of Old-Growth Forests (2016). In addition to her research and writing, Maloof founded an organization with the goal of creating a network of protected forests across the US. That organization, the Old-Growth Forest Network, now has thousands of supporters. Maloof travels widely to educate others regarding the extent and condition of our forests, and to encourage their preservation. This event is FREE and open to the public but please RSVP.


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