Guide to the Trees of Oakwood Cemetery
This booklet is the culmination of my education at SUNY ESF and functions like a self-guided tour of the trees of Oakwood, a nearby cemetery adjacent to my college. Well known for a diverse selection of impressive tree specimens, this site attracts locals and visitors alike to 160 acres of rolling hills and beautiful landscaping. Written and illustrated by yours truly, the booklet covers 38 of the most common species, hybrids, and genera found in the cemetery, in addition to diagrams on plant morphology and a glossary. It is accompanied by a map of the cemetery that ensures the user that they're looking at the right species, a feature most other field guides cannot provide.
If you're interested, you can purchase a copy here. Profits go towards adding new trees to the cemetery!
Plant Propagation Class
In the 2020 Spring semester, I was a teaching assistant for Plant Propagation. One contribution I made to the class was a handout, pictured to the right, on the importance of using the right media for propagating plants in containers.
I also frequently taught parts of the lab independently and always made myself accessible to students who had questions. I have also been a TA for the tree course offered at SUNY ESF.