Science on Friday: Spring phenology monitoring wraps for the year

As spring transitions to summer, we’re wrapping up this year’s spring phenology monitoring in Bole Woods at the Holden Arboretum. Have you heard the term phenology before? Phenology is the study of the timing of natural phenomena – anything that has a seasonal signal. When does Trillium flower? When do hummingbirds arrive in northeast Ohio […]

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 […]