On March 2 at Loucks Auditorium, The Salem chapter of Friends of Trees will present Dr. Kathy Wolf of the University of Washington who will speak about her fascinating research on the interconnectedness of nature and health, and how this knowledge can be used to improve human communities. Dr. Wolf is a Research Social Scientist at the College of the Environment, University of Washington and a research associate with the US Forest Service Pacific NW Research Station, studying urban forestry and stewardship and exploring the human dimensions of urban ecosystems. Dr. Wolf has worked as a landscape architect and environmental planner and advocates for the integration of scientific information into local government policy and planning. She has served with national organizations that promote nature in cities, such as the Transportation Research Board National Committee on Landscape and Environment, the Sustainable Sites Initiative, and the TKF Foundation.

Salem: Friday, March 2, 6 – 7:30 p.m.

Sponsored by the City of Salem; Wildwood/Mahonia

Salem Public Library Loucks Auditorium

585 Liberty St SE, Salem, OR 97301