We'll examine our relationship to trees and forests through story, in fairytales, mythology, legends, and in our own spiritual heritage. Next we'll think about ways the vast New World forests affected colonizers and shaped attitudes today. We'll ponder how forests lurk in our memory and what they have meant to us. Finally, we'll widen the lens a bit to look at our place, Goshen, and tell the forest/tree story of our bio-geography. Story-telling participation will be encouraged throughout! Aaron Sawatsky Kingsley is the Goshen City Forester. This class is four days: Oct. 15, 17, 22 & 24. Register at http://life-learn.org/ or call 574-535-7566.