30 12, 2020

Top Five NYSUFC Blog Posts of 2020

By |2021-02-27T23:05:58-05:00December 30th, 2020|Categories: Essays and Reflections, SMA, Tree Planting, Underutilized Urban Trees|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

B&B (balled-and-burlapped) trees are useful for certain species at certain sizes in spring vs. fall, but bare root is often a workable, much more affordable and volunteer-friendly alternative. Photo Courtesy Nina Bassuk #1 Transplanting and a Deeper Look at “Fall Hazards” This post resonates! It’s been [...]

9 01, 2018

Top Seven Blog Posts of 2017

By |2018-01-09T23:32:10-05:00January 9th, 2018|Categories: Organizational News, Top Blog Posts|Tags: , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

#1 Transplanting and a Deeper Look at “Fall Hazards” Some topics really hold up … with nearly 1400 views, this was the top viewed blog post in 2017–even though it originally appeared in 2015! Former NYC Director of Street Tree Planting Matt Stephens and NYSUFC Editor Michelle Sutton coauthored this [...]

1 01, 2016

Top Five Blog Posts of 2015

By |2016-04-26T15:37:18-04:00January 1st, 2016|Categories: Arboriculture, Essays and Reflections, Innovative Projects and Programs, Member Profiles, Organizational News, ReLeaf Conference, Research, Top Blog Posts, Urban Forest Master Plans|Tags: , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Our Council blog was viewed more than 14,000 times in 2015! Here are the top five posts: Sumana Serchan: Get to Know Her! Sumana Serchan is an urban forester with NYC Parks and Recreation. Sumana has a master’s degree in Environmental Management from the Yale School of [...]

13 10, 2015

Transplanting and a Deeper Look at “Fall Hazards”

By |2015-10-13T20:49:42-04:00October 13th, 2015|Categories: Arboriculture, Research, Urban Horticulture Institute|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

B&B trees dug properly—i.e., when dormant. Photo by Matthew Stephens by NYC Parks Director of Street Tree Planting Matthew Stephens and Taking Root Editor Michelle Sutton We coauthored this story questioning commonly held beliefs about “fall hazards,” mostly as it applies to B&B trees, but we [...]

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