Member and well known UWBC faculty member Linda Tollefsrud will lead a forum simply entitled “Trees”, at the Blue Hills Unitarian-Universalist fellowship, Sunday August 25th. Especially in summer, with its Robin Hood deep forest greens, we take time to consider the importance “trees” are to each of us and the roles they play in our lives.
What is you favorite type of tree? Do you have a favorite tree story? A favorite book about trees? Who among us have shared the delight of building and hanging out in a tree house? Do they provide a spiritual element to your life? Then comes the essential role they play in storing carbon and providing the very oxygen we breathe–how deeply important are trees in our life?
The forum begins at 10:30 a.m. at the BHUU fellowship located at 230 W Messenger Street in Rice Lake; a time for nourishment and togetherness always follows the forum, and all are welcome and invited to attend.