August 27, 2019
THOREAU AND THE LANGUAGE OF TREES
Tuesday, August 27, 2019
Trees were central to Henry David Thoreau's creativity as a writer, his work as a naturalist, and his inner life. He loved their beauty, studied their growth, took them as spiritual companions and wrote about them as few have. concord resident rich Higgins examines Thoreau's deep connections to trees in this talk. He is the author of "Thoreau and the Language of Trees." A photographer, writer, and lecturer, Rich Higgins is a former Boston Globe writer and a co-author/editor of several books. This talk is funded through the Harvey's Treasure Chest Gift Shop and is free of charge. Please call to let us know you plan to attend.