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Eubanks to address forest past, future in lecture

Tahoe National Forest Supervisor Steve Eubanks will discuss forest sustainability issues and the history of U.S. national forests at 6 p.m. March 2, at the Sierra College Rocklin campus on as part of the college’s Sierra Nevada lecture series.

The lecture will be in the campus Library/Learning Resource Center in Room LRC 107 at 6 p.m. The public is invited to the free lecture, although campus parking permits are required. Parking permits can be purchased for $1 at campus dispensers.

The presentation will also include a partial showing of the documentary “The Greatest Good,” which chronicles the history of the United States Forest Service. Eubank’s lecture will be presented as part of the course Interdisciplinary 6: The Sierra Nevada. Interdisciplinary 6 is a semester-length interdisciplinary class examining the art, history, natural history, and public policy of the Sierra Nevada region.

For more information, contact Joe Medeiros at (916) 789-2725 or

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