Stories of Southern Oregon Heritage Trees with Nancy Appling
July 6 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFree
From Eve’s apple tree to Tolkien’s grumpy Ents, trees have always captured our imaginations. Join Nancy Appling to learn about Southern Oregon’s trees, like the Hanley Willow, the Britt Sequoia, the McCall Magnolia, and the Beall Black Walnut.
For seven years, Nancy Appling lectured for the Oregon Council for the Humanities and talked about trees in every Oregon county. During that tenure, Nancy joined the Oregon Heritage Tree Program, where she continues to serve as the Southern Oregon representative, now in her twentieth year.
This program is being offered in person and via Zoom for a limited number of registered attendees.
The monthly Windows in Time lunchtime lectures feature well-known writers and historians and bring alive the people, values, and events that shaped our southern Oregon heritage. Lectures are jointly sponsored by the Southern Oregon Historical Society (SOHS) and Jackson County Library Services.
The Windows in Time series is currently held on Online on the first Wednesday of the month. The program is one hour, from Noon – 1 p.m. and is led by a variety of guest speakers. It’s a free event but registration is required.
You can find information about all Windows in Time events on the Jackson Country Library Services website.