Saturday, Feb. 15, from 10 a.m. to noon
Kennedy Auditorium in the Taylor Science Center at Hamilton College
FREE and open to the public
Chris Luley, president and pathologist of Urban Forest Diagnostics in Naples, N.Y., will explore the many aspects of wood decay fungi from the ones that mean a tree is in serious trouble, to those that can be used in medicinal preps or eaten for dinner.
Luley has been providing urban forestry consulting service throughout his 35+ year career in urban forestry and arboriculture. He specializes in urban forest management, tree diagnostics, and decay assessment, and has the advanced diagnostic equipment to test trees for internal decay.
Coming up in the 2019-20 Saturday Speaker Series
April 11 – “A Shady Lady Garden Design” presented by Amy Ziffer, owner of A Shady Lady Garden Designs.