Trees can’t speak, but they are in constant communication. Join TML and New York Botanical Garden’s Annie Novak, as we learn more about fungal networks, volatile organic compounds, and how science and popular culture are just catching up with a conversation millions of years in the making. Drawing on the fundamentals of tree botany, you’ll learn how to enrich your observation practices and build a stronger relationship with the trees around you.
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Annie Novak is founder and director of Growing Chefs: Food Education from Field to Fork, the Manager of the Edible Academy at the New York Botanical Garden, co-founder and farmer of the nation’s first green roof vegetable farm, the Eagle Street Rooftop Farm in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, and author of The Rooftop Growing Guide: How to Transform Your Roof into a Garden or Farm. She has served on the board of the American Bird Conservancy since 2018. Her words and work are widely featured in the New York Times, Martha Stewart Living, NPR, and the September issue of Vogue, among other publications. Her current writing and illustration work brings to light the nocturnal migration of birds. For more: annienovak.com and https://linktr.ee/heyannienovak