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The Piedmont Naturalist: The Ecological Role of Oaks

Oak leaves in autumn
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Tuesday, February 09, 2021
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7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Oaks are one of the defining species in our world, with a long and fascinating history. In this class led by Duke University biology professor Paul Manos, you will discover more about the evolutionary history of oaks, their biology, the role they serve in our environment, relationships with other organisms, and the part they have played in human culture and legends.
In addition, Paul will highlight his research on what the future might hold for oaks and the myriad creatures that depend on them. This program includes 4 classes, Tuesdays, Feb. 9-23, 7-8 p.m.
$39; 20% discount for Gardens members and supporters with your discount code. Registration at Duke Gardens, Duke University, Durham. 919-668-1707,

Contact: Registrar