CEDaR Interpretive Program at Halfway Lake Provincial Park

This past weekend, CEDaR lab members Vanessa Stretch (PhD candidate) and Theresa Dinh (MSc candidate) were in Halfway Lake Provincial Park to deliver an interpretive program on tree rings. Even with a threat of rain in the skies, over 50 participants showed up to learn more about the environmental information trees store, as well as try out tree coring firsthand! Specifically, they learned about the effects of disturbance (like a fire that burned over 550 hectares of forest in Halfway Provincial Park in 2007).

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