In colonial American times, stately eastern white pines were among the most valuable trees on the planet. They were an imposing presence in the primeval forests of eastern North America.
This new documentary film tells the story of our native white pine, and the significant part it played in America's founding and history, using archival footage, stunning photography, and aerial views
After the movie, the producers will describe the making of the film, and answer questions from the audience.
Snow date is January 22.