Michelle Sutton

2 05, 2023

Urban Forestry/Birds Podcasts Featured in May/June City Trees

By |2023-05-02T10:19:40-04:00May 2nd, 2023|Categories: City Trees Magazine, Essays and Reflections, History, Innovative Projects and Programs, Natural Areas in the Urban Forest, Nonprofits, NYC, Society of Municipal Arborists, Urban Forest Ecology|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Urban Forestry/Birds Podcasts Featured in May/June City Trees

All Ears: Four Noteworthy Podcasts from SMA Members and Friends This feature is an in-depth look at the Your Bird Story, This Old Tree, Plant a Trillion Trees, and The Municipal Arborist podcasts in the May/June City Trees, the magazine produced by the Society of Municipal Arborists [...]

29 06, 2016

Getting the Word Out: Advice for Writing about Urban Forestry

By |2016-06-29T17:24:21-04:00June 29th, 2016|Categories: Essays and Reflections|Tags: , |0 Comments

by Michelle Sutton, NYSUFC Blog & E-news Editor Yellowwood (Cladrastis kentukea) in bloom. Michelle Sutton Why Write? My colleague Jeff Shimonski was the director of horticulture for Jungle Island in Miami, Florida for 39 years. He retired from that position in 2014 and now works [...]

13 10, 2015

Five Branches of Transplanting Success & a Deeper Look at “Fall Hazards”

By |2022-04-17T15:18:30-04:00October 13th, 2015|Categories: Arboriculture, Bare Root, Research, Tree Planting, Urban Horticulture Institute|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

See also the 2022 post: Fall Planting, Bare Root & Container Considerations, and a More Nuanced Look at "Fall Hazards" B&B trees dug properly—i.e., when dormant. Photo by Matthew Stephens Story by Matthew Stephens and Michelle Sutton    The nursery industry is reluctant to dig [...]

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