Landscape Architecture Magazine mentioned the project of Tao Wu, a landscape architecture graduate student. She proposed making a former industrial site in Naples, Italy into a transitional community for incoming refugees. Wu’s advisor, Associate Professor Kristin Schwab, said that the model could be applied to other contexts and populations.
WNPR discussed the scientific use of termites with three guests, including Jennifer Dacey. She is a public service technician with plant science and landscape architecture.
The Daily Campus compared the gypsy moth infestation of last year with this year. It quoted Assistant Extension Professor Ana Legrand as saying that there was less defoliation this summer. In addition, the newspaper reported on Associate Extension Professor Tom Worthley‘s concern about tree mortality in Connecticut from pests like the gypsy moth. See also Lancaster Farming.
By Patsy Evans