Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

September 2021 – The Plant a Trillion Trees Podcast

November 20, 2021 – Hamilton College Arboretum Speaker Series

Workshop: What Tree Rings Reveal About Climate Change – New York Botanical Garden – March 5 & March 12, 2022.

Previous Events

Workshop: What Tree Rings Reveal About Climate Change – New York Botanical Garden – February 21, 2020.

Trees Don’t Read Textbooks and Other Woody Stories of Persistence, Individuality, and Resilience. New England Botanical Club meeting, Video of lecture, Feb 2020.

Accessing the Memories of Trees. Princeton Public Library Seminar Series, Princeton, NJ. October 2019.

Accessing the Memories of Trees, Dendroecology Workshop. Morris Arboretum, PA. October 2019.

Audubon Society Climate Café, ‘Pints & Preparedness’. Phillipston, MA. July 2019. Keynote speaker.

The Dynamic Lives of Trees. Ausable Club Summer Seminar Series, Keene Valley, NY. July 2019.

Ecology of Old-Growth Forests hike. Keene Valley, NY. July 2019.

Centuries of Climate History as told by our Trees. Connecticut Audubon Society Spring Seminar Series, May 2019.

The Ecology of Summer Hill Preserve. Arbor Day hike. Maynard, MA. April 2019.

The Memory of Trees & Insights on the Ecology of Forests. Rhode Island Wild Plant Society Annual Meeting, March 2019. Keynote Speaker.

Dendroecology and Tree-Coring Workshop for the New England Botanical Club, Saturday, October 13, 2018

The Songs and Science of Maynard’s Hidden Trees. Maynard ArtWeek, Maynard, MA. May 2018.

Trees: Charismatic Megaflora and Chronologist. Science Communication Event – “The Forest Through the Trees” (A event with three segments, one on Photography, one on Science, and a Book Signing). 6 Bridges Gallery, Maynard, MA. May 2017.

Pederson, N. Climate and Forests. Interview for the radio show, “From the Forest”. Catskill Forest Organization.  http://catskillforest.org/radio/ – April 2017.

What Trees Can Tell Us – Learning from Ancient Trees on Ausable Club Land. Ausable Club Summer Seminar Series, Keene Valley, NY. July 2016.

Tree Guts and Their View on Climatic and Ecological History. Hyuck Preserve Summer Seminar Series, July 2015.

The Sublime Ways in Which Ancient Trees Record History. Longwood Gardens, February 2014.

Charismatic Megaflora: What do Old Trees Look Like? Arnold Arboretum Public Lecture, September 2014.

The Science of History: Tree Rings and the History They Reveal. Invited talk to celebrate Tu B’shevat for Bruce Museum, Greenwich Historical Society, Greenwich Reform Synagogue, Greenwich Tree Society. Jan. 24, 2013. Greenwich Historical Society’s
Vanderbilt Education Center, Cos Cob, CT.

Ancient Trees Reveal Environmental Histories (video) – LDEO Public Lecture, March 24, 2011

A Natural History of the Palisades (video) – LDEO Public Lecture, May 1, 2005