Paul Smith’s College Arboriculture & Landscape Mgmt Program, with Randall Swanson

Paul Smith’s Arboriculture & Landscape Management student practices safe tree climbing and pruning skills. Randall Swanson has been the Program Coordinator for Paul Smith’s College Arboriculture & Landscape Management (AALM) program since 1989.  Can you tell us about your own educational trajectory and career?  Randall Swanson: I attended [...]

2021 NY ReLeaf Conference: July 23 & Virtual, with Regional Small Outdoor Events to Follow

The 2021 NY ReLeaf Conference will be July 23rd and virtual, with regional small outdoor events to follow. The conference committee is hard at work work on the particulars. Please check back in mid to late March for speaker highlights / program details / outdoor event scoop! ?

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Where Women Choose to Walk: Paths to Improving Cities and Nature Series Underway

Dr. Adrina Bardekjian and Liza Paqueo are fabulous speakers and facilitators. >>> The monthly discussion series, “Where Women Choose to Walk: Paths to improving cities and nature,” is open to everyone at no cost. Participants are from diverse cultural and economic backgrounds ranging from the global north and global south, [...]

Urban Forestry Opportunities at Southern University Include Virtual Learning, Scholarships, and Degrees at the Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral Levels

NASA project team at Southern University Urban Forestry & Natural Resources Department at a wetland soil sampling day in 2019. Left to right: Simbrey Majors, who received a Master degree in Dec 2020; Zhu Ning – Institutional Principle Investigator (PI); Victor Rivera – LSU Co-PI; Chris Chappell-SU Co-PI; and [...]

Yale Forest Forum Webinar Series on The Promise and Practice of Community-Based Forestry

Click here to see the full roster of talks and to register The Yale Forest Forum (YFF) has a free spring speaker series underway, hosted by The Forests Dialogue and the Urban Resources Initiative, on The Promise and Practice of Community-Based Forestry. Join the series every Thursday through April 29 from 11:30am-12:10pm [...]

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July 23, 2021 NY ReLeaf Virtual Conference + Regional Small Outdoor Events to Follow

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