Steve Schneider, Northeastern’s Director of Horticulture and Grounds, does his best to keep things balanced on the Boston campus while pushing for more organic and electric landscaping solutions.
A group of Northeastern students are working toward that first-level arboretum certification for Kevin W. Fitzgerald Park, a 5.5-acre slice of greenspace in the Mission Hill neighborhood that Northeastern has had a hand in maintaining for years.
Creating and sharing a tangible piece of Northeastern’s on-campus ecosystem while representing the conjunction of art and science.
On-campus gardening has arrived, and students will be in charge!
One of Stephen Schneider’s priorities as the new arborist is improving record-keeping of plant collections to benefit researchers decades from now.
Established trees that have proved to be essential elements of the unique on-campus ecosystem face threats that could potentially jeopardize their existence.
Students joined with Northeastern landscaping staff to plant a pawpaw tree Friday on Centennial Common in celebration of Arbor Day.
Hundreds of strings of lights are hung on Centennial Common for the winter season.
by Gregory Grinnell [email protected] Autumn is a special time of the year in New England, when leaf-peepers travel from all over the world to take in the natural fireworks that happen every fall. But, if you’re close to Northeastern’s Boston campus, you don’t have to travel very far at all—the campus, which was officially recognized […]