Keeping Curious: Talking Trees (Spring 2020)

Still frame from video showing speaker David George Haskell

Community Conversations

Our weekly community conversations provide a space for researchers, practitioners, and residents to explore ideas around urban forestry and environmental justice.

Videos in this series:

Boston’s Urban Forest

To kick off the series, David Meshoulam, SFTT, and Drew Trlica, Boston University, discussed Boston’s trees as they are now and the actions which we must take to safeguard their future.

Trees in School

To kick off the series, David Meshoulam, SFTT, and Drew Trlica, Boston University, discussed Boston’s trees as they are now and the actions which we must take to safeguard their future.

Connecting to Trees and to Each Other during a Global Pandemic

Join David George Haskell, Judith Foster and Jeff Perrin as they discuss the emotional, spiritual, and physical interconnections between trees and humans.

Making the Invisible Visible at the Arnold Arboretum

Join Ana Maria Caballero, Jenna Rindy, and Faye Rosin for a discussion on how researchers and educators at Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University in Boston are working to make environmental education and environmental research a visible part of the landscape.

Leafy Trees & Leaky Pipes: Urban Infrastructure & Its Effects on Trees

Join Jessica Wright, Graduate Student at Boston University and Audrey Schulman, Coexecutive Director, HEET, for an in depth exploration of the challenges that urban trees face. From wires to leaky gas pipes, our guests will explore how we preserve our current trees and ensure their long term health.

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