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Discover Nature’s Cycle at Anniston Museums and Gardens: “Hot Spot Highlight: What Happens When Trees Die

HOt spot Highlight What Happens When a Tree Dies

Anniston, AL – Anniston Museums and Gardens invites nature enthusiasts to explore the fascinating cycle of life with their upcoming event, “Hot Spot Highlight: What Happens When Trees Die,” on June 22nd at 2:00 PM. Located at 800 Museum Drive in Anniston, this educational program will be hosted by a knowledgeable docent from Longleaf Botanical Gardens.

The event will delve into the ecological significance of fallen trees, demonstrating how their decay sustains and nourishes various organisms within diverse ecosystems. Participants will gain insights into the roles played by fallen logs in nurturing plant life and supporting a wide array of animals.

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Closed-toe shoes and water bottles are recommended for this outdoor exploration. It’s an engaging opportunity to learn about the natural processes that occur within our local environment.

The program is included with museum admission and is free for AM&G members, offering an enriching experience for individuals interested in ecology, conservation, and the interconnectedness of nature.

Attendees are invited to meet at the AMNH Lobby to begin their journey into understanding the vital role of fallen trees in sustaining life.

Don’t miss this chance to deepen your understanding of nature’s cycles at Anniston Museums and Gardens on June 22nd!

HOt spot Highlight What Happens When a Tree Dies


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