Session 4 of the 2nd Annual Arbor Day Webinar Conference is offered by Kate Spector, Deiarra Canty, and David Victome from the SUNY Oswego Sustainability Office.
Trees are one of the most valuable resources we have available to us. They provide fresh air for us to breathe, shade on hot summer days, and delicious sap to help satisfy a sweet tooth. Our maple tapping project was a fun and educational opportunity for us to sustainably collect tree sap for consumption. Our goal is for the audience to hear our story that tells all the details of what worked, what didn’t work, what we learned as a group and any plans for future expansion. The tree tapping process that we experienced is very DIY friendly and we hope that this project will encourage others to go try it out for themselves at home.
Interested participants can sign up online at bit.ly/OzArborDay to receive the Zoom link. Recordings of all the conference webinars will be posted to the CFRP project’s YouTube channel the following week for those unable to join the live event. Students who attend will be eligible to receive a free tree to take home at the end of the semester!
About the Arbor Day Webinar Conference
For the second year in a row, members of the campus community and general public are invited to celebrate National Arbor Day with the Canal Forest Restoration Project team at Rice Creek Field Station via a free online webinar conference over Zoom. The conference lineup includes six 45-minute webinars offered between 9 am and 4 pm on Friday, April 30.
Please sign up at bit.ly/OzArborDay to receive the Zoom link
Friday, April 30 at 12:00pm to 12:45pmVirtual Event