Washington Square Park Ecology WSP Eco Projects
The WSP Eco Map of the wild things of the park will be released this
spring. The park was the site of three educational programs in 2014,
and the 2015 calendar is in development. Visit the campaign page for updates.
Broadcasting Tree Benefits & Care
Tracking the ways in which nonprofits and municipal
agencies communicate tree benefits and stewardship information to
Eat Street Trees!
Documenting and encouraging edible urban forests.
Look at the fruits
of our streets.
the environmental benefits of street trees
(published in Urban Forestry &
Urban Greening, 2013)
environmental services from urban forest expansion (draft)
Diffusion, & Governance
infrastructure are biotechnologies and we look at their design,
diffusion, and governance.
Nature-made sites are
intentionally designed to provide
ecological benefits and to improve
environmental quality. Add your site here
inidividuals and communities respond to tree
loss? What are the implications for landscape changes resulting
from biological plagues and climate change events such as storm surges
and rising temperatures? Follow
Elegies project on Storify.
ranging urban ecological ruminations on local ecologist.
Georgia Silvera Seamans
trained as a community and urban forester in
New Haven and Boston. She has degrees from UC Berkeley, the Yale School of
Forestry & Environmental Studies, and Wesleyan University.
info (at) localecology.org
© 2015 Georgia