This is an update to my previous blog The Secret Sex Lives of Trees: Passionate Look into the Seedy Side of Our Urban Forest.

Here is a 1950s sex-ed video as a primer for the upcoming talk on The Secret Sex Lives of Trees at the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), Toronto, Ontario, Canada:

Please mark your calendar for this exciting event you truly do not want to miss:

Join the Conversation on The Secret Sex Lives of Trees in Your Neighbourhood

Join the Conversation on The Secret Sex Lives of Trees in Your Neighbourhood

This Tuesday, June 7 from 7 – 8:30 pm, LEAF (Local Enhancement & Appreciation of Forests) and the ROM (Royal Ontario Museum) present The Secret Sex Lives of Trees, a thought-provoking talk that will change the way you look at those not-so-innocent trees in your neighbourhood.

Location:
Royal Ontario Museum, Level 1B
Signy & Cléophée Eaton Theatre

Entrance:
President’s Choice School Entrance map (pdf)

Cost:
Public $12.00, Member $10.00

Contact Information:
Tel.: 416.586.5797 (Royal Ontario Museum);
E-mail: programs@rom.on.ca

416.413.9244 (LEAF);
E-mail: info@yourleaf.org

Date/Time:
Tuesday June 7, 7:00 to 8:30 pm

Related Links:
Learn more about LEAF.

Credits:
Presented by the Life in Crisis: Schad Gallery of Biodiversity in partnership with LEAF – Local Enhancement and Appreciation of Forests

Public transit directions:
Museum Station
TTC Trip Planner

Fully accessible Public washrooms Paid parking Exhibit National historic site Reservations required Bike racks

Enjoy!

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