The Middlebury Landscape

January 25, 2015

Emerald Ash Borer Presentation-This Wednesday

Filed under: Insects and Diseases,Trees — Tim Parsons @ 2:44 pm  Tagged , , , , ,

Part of my absence from the blog would be teaching my winter term class “Trees and the Urban Forest” again this semester. It’s a great class, in a super rushed sort of way all winter term classes probably are. As you may well be aware, the Emerald Ash Borer is a small exotic insect invading […]

March 2, 2011

Middlebury Becomes a Tree Campus

Filed under: Trees — Tim Parsons @ 8:45 pm  Tagged , , , , ,

I’m very (very) pleased write that Middlebury College has been named a Tree Campus for 2010, culminating work started in January of last year by the students in my Trees and the Urban Forest Winter Term class. Special thanks goes to two students in particular, Chelsea Ward-Waller and Hilary Platt, for being the driving force […]

May 7, 2010

Happy Arbor Day!

Filed under: Trees — Tim Parsons @ 12:18 am  Tagged , , , ,

A final reminder to join us, 3:00, on the McCullough Plaza for a tree walk around campus, followed by a tree planting by Bicentennial Hall. Come learn about the trees around us, and make your mark on Middlebury by planting something you’ll watch grow for the rest of your life. As part of her class […]

April 30, 2010

More Art in the Landscape

Filed under: Outdoor Art — Tim Parsons @ 6:59 pm  Tagged , ,

While I’ve already proven my failure as an Art Critic, I still enjoy the end of the term, when outside art projects start appearing overnight, and I feel like I should share them with you. Very rarely do we in the department ever find anything out about the works-we don’t even know the class or professor. […]

February 6, 2010

Winter Term

Filed under: Random Thoughts — Tim Parsons @ 2:54 pm  Tagged , ,

Hello all, I’m back now. Thanks for your emails wondering if I am still around. I am. I had the pleasure of teaching a Winter Term course, BIOL 1003- Trees and the Urban Forest. What fun it was to join in the Middlebury experience from the faculty side, as opposed to being the staff guy […]

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