Working To Create A Greener World – Jan. 24, 2019

Tree Corps 2019 If you or someone you know is looking for a career change, or has recently graduated high school or college, explore the field of arboriculture with Tree Corps. Program Design Tree Corps is a 30 hour per week, 19-week, paid workforce development program designed to provide valuable training and entry-level job placement for […]

Working To Create A Greener World – Jan. 7, 2019

Responsible Forestry in Working Woods In October 2018, Holden Forests & Gardens ecologist Katie Stuble blogged about research in Working Woods. Here’s a fresh look for the new year on how we understand Working Woods from a forestry and conservation perspective. The State of the Woods Although drastically less than the 95 percent of forested […]

Working To Create a Greener World – Nov. 29, 2018

HF&G at the Alliance for Community Trees event & Partners in Community Forestry Conference In early November, Courtney Blashka, Diana Sette, and Adi Shiloh, members of Holden Forests & Gardens’ community forestry team, and Sandra Alboro, part of the HF&G research team, headed Irvine, California for the 2018 Partners in Community Forestry Conference! The trip […]

Working To Create A Greener World – Oct. 17, 2018

Getting To Work In Working Woods Beginning in the fall of 2018, visitors to the Holden Arboretum may notice new activity in Working Woods as we launch a multi-year study to test at the land management techniques to help young forests transform into healthy mature forests. In 2015, Holden Forests & Gardens received a $500,000 […]