The grace of Interior forests: a conversation with Suzanne Simard
While coastal forests are often in the spotlight, their Interior neighbours are just as spectacular. From Douglas-firs to Ponderosa Pines to ancient cedars, Interior old and primary forests in B.C., like the inland temperate rainforest, contain some of the rarest ecosystems in the world. There is much these vibrant forests have to teach us if we only take the time to listen.
Join SCBC Director of Campaigns and Programs, Shelley Luce, for a conversation with UBC Professor and ‘Finding the Mother Tree’ author, Suzanne Simard, on the wonders of Interior forests. We’ll be chatting about everything from the beings that call them home, their resiliency, the economic opportunities forest restoration holds and our collective responsibility to better care for these vital ecosystems.