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- What Technology Could Reduce Heat Deaths? Trees. (NY Times article, July 2, 2021)
- Since When Have Trees Existed Only for Rich Americans? (NY Times Opinion piece, June 30, 2021)
- Heat waves hit low-income Bay Area neighborhoods harder due to less trees, shade (ABC7 news feature, June 30, 2021)
- ‘Communities Know Best’: Climate Solutions in The South Bay Start With Listening (KQED feature, June 21, 2021)
- How these 1930s maps left some neighborhoods with fewer trees (National Geographic, June 17, 2021)
- East Palo Alto Today: Another start for trees in Jack Farrell Park (News article March 3, 2020)
- The Almanac: Growing Tall (News article Nov. 6, 2019)
- Urban Forestry for People in a Hurry (Slideshow for Santa Clara County Workshop in 2018)
- Trees to Plant Now Presentation (2017)
- Reducing Tree Root and Sidewalk Conflicts (Report for City of Palo Alto)
- Growing the Canopy in South Palo Alto (Report for City of Palo Alto)
- Here come the Bugs! (May 2016)
- South Palo Alto Community Survey Results (2015)
- Sad News on the Sound wall: topped trees in East Palo Alto
- Canopy’s Tree Care Plan (May 2014)
- Healthy Trees, Healthy Kids! (2012)
- 2011 Public Health Benefits of Trees
- 1997-2001 Palo Alto Oakwell Survey
- Stewardship matters: Case studies in establishment success of urban trees