Greg Giusti to Discuss Lake County Trees Care at Anderson Marsh for Senior Days Event – 6.15.24

The series of “Senior Days” events at Anderson Marsh State Historic Park, specially designed for Lake County Seniors, continues on Saturday, June 15. The morning program will feature Chris Wall a local geologist, who will discuss the “active geology” of Lake County.

In the afternoon, Greg Giusti, a local biologist specializing in trees and forest management, will lead a discussion and “Q&A” session about the trees we see as we drive around Lake County, which trees to plant and how to take care of your trees at home.  Giusti is Forests & Wildland Ecology Advisor-Emeritus to the University of California Division of Natural Resources Cooperative Extension.

According to Giusti, “it’s going to be very open, with lots of time for of questions and answers. I want to give people the chance to ask any questions they have about their home landscaping, tree care and what they see in the wild.” 

So, if you have questions about the trees around you, or how to deal with an unruly tree in your garden, this is the perfect opportunity to get them answered by an expert.

Information about the Senior Days events, including this presentation and how to register for a Senior Days event, can be found at andersonmarsh.org.  

The Senior Days events are sponsored by Anderson Marsh Interpretive Association (AMIA). This nonprofit organization cooperates with California State Parks to promote educational and interpretive activities at Anderson Marsh State Historic Park.  For more information about Senior Days, the park or AMIA, visit andersonmarsh.org or contact AMIA at either info@andersonmarsh.org or 707-995-2658.

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