December 13, 2012
The Wall Street Journal's Ralph Gardner Jr. stopped by the Garden to visit with Jessica Schuler, Manager of the Thain Family Forest, and Todd Forest, VP for Horticulture and Living Collections, to assess the damage done to this 50-acre old-growth forest by Superstorm Sandy. The storm knocked down or snapped over 100 trees in the forest, but, as Forrest put it, “It’s the perfect time to see dynamic ecology in action.” ~AR
(via The Climate Debate, Bronx Style - WSJ.com)

The Wall Street Journal's Ralph Gardner Jr. stopped by the Garden to visit with Jessica Schuler, Manager of the Thain Family Forest, and Todd Forest, VP for Horticulture and Living Collections, to assess the damage done to this 50-acre old-growth forest by Superstorm Sandy. The storm knocked down or snapped over 100 trees in the forest, but, as Forrest put it, “It’s the perfect time to see dynamic ecology in action.” ~AR

(via The Climate Debate, Bronx Style - WSJ.com)

  1. helpvictims reblogged this from nybg
  2. buttonsandtweed reblogged this from buttonsandtweed1
  3. buttonsandtweed1 reblogged this from properbro
  4. jacksontherabbit reblogged this from batesnursery
  5. stonecoldbastard reblogged this from nybg
  6. soulsister101 reblogged this from nybg
  7. impulsivefarmer reblogged this from batesnursery
  8. cottonteeeth reblogged this from nybg
  9. reckless-summers reblogged this from nybg
  10. batesnursery reblogged this from nybg
  11. bankston reblogged this from nybg
  12. cinoh reblogged this from nybg
  13. nybg posted this
Blog comments powered by Disqus