Greening the city

As promised, here’s the podcast version of my appearance today on WGBH’s Boston Public Radio, where I, along with Jeremy Dick, director of property and horticulture at the Boston Natural Areas Network, spoke about urban trees, how Boston’s urban forest compares with other cities, and why we all benefit from tree planting. I’ve embedded the podcast below for convenience, and in case you don’t have Flash installed, here’s a direct link to the mp3 version.

Thanks to Callie Crossley and Abbie Ruzicka for having me on.

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