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Green Ink: Susan Freinkel (209-101)

Wed, Jun 11, 6:30pm

Join nationally acclaimed author Susan Freinkel (American Chestnut, The Life, Death, and Rebirth of a Perfect Tree) as she shares her fascinating research on the story of a North American keystone tree species and how human ingenuity helped rebuild a degraded ecosystem.

From recycled books to innovative ideas, Green Ink is a reading and discussion series highlighting the principles of green living, conservation and sustainable living with an emphasis on sharing solutions for everyday life. The series is free and open to the public at 6:30 pm on the second Wednesday of each month at Friends of the SFPL's bookstore, Book Bay Fort Mason. It is produced by the San Francisco Botanical Garden Society and the Friends of the San Francisco Public Library, two organizations committed in diverse ways to the principles of green living.

Next meeting: Peter
Barnes, Climate Solutions

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Fees MEMBERSHIP INFO members $0.00; nonmembers $0.00 
Notes Wed, Jun 11, 6:30pm  
Directions & Parking Book Bay Fort Mason, Fort Mason Center, Building C, Room 165 San Francisco, CA, 94123  
Registration FREE  
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