Indiana forestry featured on PBS special April 26

Tune in to public television station WFYI on Thursday, April 26, at 8 p.m., for an hour-long special episode of “Indiana Expeditions: Forests At Work.”
The show will examine the social, ecological and economic importance of Indiana’s forests. Viewers will get a close-up look at the production of lumber and veneer, visit Purdue University’s genetic and tissue culture labs, watch an arborist in action, witness the science of urban forestry during a street tree inventory and assessment, visit an Indiana Tree Farm and two state nature preserves, and more.
Hosted by Rick Crosslin and currently in its fourth season, “Indiana Expeditions” has garnered many national and regional awards, including three Emmys.