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16 Aug Time to Go Home

Last night I slept in the mist amongst a graveyard of cedar trees, a mere 100 yards from the ocean. It smelled of burning cedar logs on the campfire and sounded like crashing waves. Earlier in the day, we ate smoked mussels and clam chowder, and...

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07 Aug Trees with Heartbeats

As an urban forester and lover of installation art, I would be remiss to not share this installation that coincides with the Olympics in London this year. Sometimes I think it's difficult for people to really grasp that trees are breathing, functioning beings with intricate processes...

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31 Jul Neukom Vivarium

In one week, we will be in Seattle taking in 80 degree temperatures, great seafood and the culture of the northwest.  One of the sites I am most looking forward to visiting is the Olympic Sculpture Park, an extension of the Seattle Art Museum.  The...

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19 Jul Texture || City Stripes

While in Kansas City we checked out the Performing Arts Center and some of the art around the Grand Ballroom.  I couldn't help but be impressed by the combination of textures between these beautifully designed buildings along with the artwork on display around them.  The...

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17 Jul Kansas City

We visited Kansas City this weekend for a friend's wedding, and I have to say the city is way more interesting (and beautiful) than I had anticipated.  I've only been there once before, which was for a soccer tournament when I was 11.  I can't...

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