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Everyone is welcome to come to WVU Core Arboretum woodland amphitheater for our Nature Connection Series talks on Tuesday evenings this summer.


Local and regional experts on a variety of nature-related subjects give public talks at the Arboretum each summer as part of our WVU Core Arboretum Nature Connection Series. This summer, talks will cover topics such as fish, trees, native history, moths, birds, plants, mushrooms, geology, vernal pools, forest bathing, and more. These talks happen on Tuesday evenings at 6:00 at the WVU Core Arboretum Amphitheater, starting in June and continuing through late August. The talks are free and open to the public, and no registration is required. All the talks are outdoors, so please dress for the weather. Talks will be cancelled and rescheduled for a future summer if the weather is inclement. Free parking is available at the Arboretum Parking Lot and the adjacent WVU Coliseum Parking Lot.


The full calendar for this summer is now out and is available on the Arboretum website at


This week's speaker, on June 25 at 6:00, is Doug Wood, Historian of Connections between Humans and Environment, and his talk is titled The landscape and economy of the Monongahela River region at the turn of the centuries (17th and 18th, that is).

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