Learn about how trees are unique and complex messengers on a free, guided walk with Otsego Land Trust and SUNY Oneonta Biologist Dr. Sean Robinson. The walk will take place on a private 271-acre property that is protected forever through a conservation easement Otsego Land Trust is a community-based nonprofit that protects fields, forests, waterways, and scenic views in perpetuity.
Dr. Sean Robinson teaches courses in Botany including Bryology, Vascular Plant Systematics, Dendrology, and Field Botany. He is also involved in teaching an introductory organismal biology course. Dr. Robinson’s research is focused on the phylogeography of plants, particularly moss and other kinds of bryophytes. Additionally, Dr. Robinson conducts research focused on vegetation dynamics on alpine summits.