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The Lloyd Library and Museum's Current Art/Rare Book Exhibit Shows The Changes In U.S. Forests

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Agriculture and urban expansion have dramatically changed our nation'?s forests. But today many cities are working to increase the number of trees in urban areas. ?The Forest for the Trees,? an art and rare book exhibition at the Lloyd Library and Museum, details the decline and redevelopment of forest land over the centuries.

Joining us to discuss the exhibit are Lloyd Library and Museum Exhibits Curator and Education/Outreach Coordinator, Anna Heran, and Artist Eugene Avergon, who contributed to the exhibit. Find out more about ?The Forest for the Trees? exhibit by clicking here.