Lectures & Learning

"The White is Turning Red: Case Study of the White River National Forest"

When: Mon., Nov. 8, 7:30 p.m. 2010

Around Vail, Aspen and much of northwest Colorado, there's no stopping the beetle-led assault on trees. But according to Jan Burke, the White River National Forest's health coordinator, with death comes rebirth. And responsibility: "It is an opportunity and obligation ... to manage how our forest recovers," as she put it to newwest.net in September. You'll surely hear her elaborate at tonight's State of the Rockies lecture, titled "The White Is Turning Red: Case Study of the White River National Forest." Along with Burke will be Tony Dixon, deputy regional forester of the Rocky Mountain Region. The free talk starts at 7:30 at Colorado College's Gates Common Room (1025 N. Cascade Ave., coloradocollege.edu). — Kirk Woundy

Price: Free

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