Managing a Healthy Urban Forest at New York Botanical Garden
Learn how a world-famous botanical garden manages ecological health and biodiversity in an urban forest. Join Kim Eierman in this EcoBeneficial interview with Jessica Schuler, Director of New York Botanical Garden’s Thain Family Forest. Schuler shares tips that can be applied to any landscape, no matter how large or how small.
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