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Treewilding – Our Past, Present and Future Relationship with Forests – Dr Jake M Robinson

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  • Burnside Library
    401 Greenhill Road, Tusmore SA 5065, Australia

We are excited to welcome back the fascinating Dr Jake M Robinson for a special National Science Week talk. Dr Jake will be presenting about his brand-new book, Treewilding - Our Past, Present and Future Relationship with Forests.

Treewilding is an engaging historical overview. It provides a forward-looking account of our profound relationship with trees. Helping to reveal the complexities, controversies, challenges and solutions of forest restoration.

The book includes cutting-edge science and ancient wisdom to reveal how to restore forests.

Dr Jake M. Robinson is a microbial and restoration ecologist currently working at Flinders University, SA. His mission is to help protect, restore nature, promote personal and planetary health. He does this through collaborative science, communication, innovation and on-the-ground action. Treewilding is his second popular science book. It seeks to inspire people to restore forests in the right way. Helping us rediscover deeper connections with the natural world.

Jake’s other book Invisible Friends is all about how microbes shape our lives and the world around us – often in life-sustaining ways!

You can find more information about Jake and his work at

 Copies of Treewilding - Our Past, Present and Future Relationship with Forests will be available to purchase at the event.

Tea and coffee included. Bookings essential.