with arborist Robert Thibodeaux
Thursday, February 13
10:30 a.m. | LRMA Sanderson Gallery
Tickets: $30; Lunch included

Robert “Bob” Thibodeaux is the President of Bob’s Tree Preservation and Farm located in Church Point, Louisiana. He is a nationally known expert in the care of live oak trees and has more than 40 years of experience in arboriculture, the cultivation of trees and shrubs. He is an ISA-certified arborist, a member of the American Society of Consulting Arborists, founder and former president of Louisiana Arborist Association, and a leader in tree preservation issues specializing in the preservation of urban and historical trees. Many of the live oak trees planted at Bob’s Tree Arboretum come from the seeds of some very recognized oaks. Bob has collected acorns form historical oaks such as the Jim Bowie oak, Tree of Seven Sisters, Evangeline oak, The Spider oak, St. John Cathedral oak, Alamo oaks, Majestic oak and the Angel oak (which is estimated to be approximately 1,400 years old.)



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