More ReLeaf in Pictures
CCE Onondaga Forestry Program Educator and SUNY ESF landscape architecture alumna Kim Zhang enjoyed the Gateway rooftop garden at dusk.
Council Treasurer Lori Brockelbank (center) of Wendel Companies attended ReLeaf with two students from Jamestown Community College where she teaches: Tessa Vincent (left) and Cindy Raecher (right). Cindy is serving on the Council board as a student ambassador.
Horticulturist and educator Fran Lawlor did a fantastic job as conference organizer this year, working in conjunction with the dynamic Region 7 team.
Among his many conference responsibilities, Council VP and National Grid Senior Arborist Brian Skinner valiantly kept the Gateway Center standing.
Forbes rated SUNY ESF the number one environmental college in the U.S. Many Council members are alums.
NYSDEC Supervising Forester Jeff Speich (left) and Wendel Companies Arborist and NYSUFC Board Member Art Traver
The landscaping at SUNY ESF, with is emphasis on native plant communities, is unique among NYS universities.
The versatile and very tough swamp white oaks (Quercus bicolor) are put to good use on the grounds of SUNY ESF.
to be continued…
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