Seeing Climate Change?
Seeing Climate Change?
Seeing Climate Change? Episode 5
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Episode 5. Branching Out on Campus 

by Kathryn Andronowitz 

In Connecticut, we are constantly surrounded by trees. In this episode, we identify trees in the UConn Storrs campus arboretum, alongside discussions about how simply seeing plants can mutually benefit the environment and ourselves.

Learn More

● The William Benton Museum of Art

https://benton.uconn.edu/

● Take a Walking Tour of UConn’s Trees

https://arboretum.uconn.edu/content/TREE_GUIDE_CAMPUS_WALK.pdf

● Discover Native Plants

https://www.audubon.org/native-plants

● Peter Crane on the Oldest Tree on Earth https://e360.yale.edu/features/peter_crane_history_of_ginkgo_earths_oldest_tree

● More on Bioregionalism

https://earth.org/bioregionalism/

https://openspace.sfmoma.org/2017/10/notes-of-a-bioregional-interloper/

● Digitally Tagging Trees for Scientific Research

https://treesnap.org/

● Tree Planting and Volunteer Events in Bridgeport, CT

https://www.groundworkbridgeport.org/events

Guest

Kristen Andronowitz, landscape architect and UConn alum

Transcript

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1HvQdvJUAFBEjnbO66G44u25rWUb5UVq-/edit?usp=drive_link&ouid=101808049415986470646&rtpof=true&sd=true

Episode Credits

● Kathryn Andronowitz: production, script, narration, sound mix

● Alexander Filippides: Podcast theme music

● Pixabay.com: The Beat of Nature by Olexy

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