Tree talk: The Biology of Local Trees, by Professor Jeff Duckett

by | Feb 4, 2019 | Event, Open Spaces | 0 comments

Professor Jeff Duckett will present an overview of the long history and biology of London’s trees and look to their future in the context of climate change.

2.00 pm Saturday 9 February at 10A South Grove by kind invitation of the Highgate Society. Everybody welcome.

Professor Jeff Duckett is a local resident and professional botanist who has spent many decades researching the evolution of land plants and history of London’s vegetation. He can often be seen walking across Hampstead Heath or through the streets of Highgate, camera and notebook at the ready, recording our beautiful arboreal surroundings.

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