A combined sewer overflow (CSO) – the “the discharge of wastewater and stormwater from a combined sewer system directly into a river, stream, lake or ocean” – sounds bad enough. But have you ever seen one?
This video of time-lapse root growth from the Alabama Agricultural Experiment Station and the Soil and Water Conservation Research Division of the USDA was done in the 1950s or ’60s. It’s a looong video, but it’s pretty neat.
I remember the first time I saw Harold and Maude. It was here in San Francisco, in Dolores Park, on one of their movie nights. I’m sure it was freezing cold and foggy. There is a scene, for those of you haven’t seen it or saw it years ago, where Harold and Maude liberate a… More
I liked this (short) TED talk from Dr. Nalini Nadkari, a faculty member of Evergreen State College who researches the role that canopy-dwelling plants play in forest ecosystems. Even if you just want to watch the first few minutes, it is worth it for the incredible shots of climbing a very, very tall strangler fig… More
Complimentary Silva Cell plan reviews are a service that DeepRoot Urban Solutions provides for each project we work on. We do this because we aim to be partners in the design process and want to ensure that the use of the Silva Cell is optimized for your tree, stormwater, and site design goals. Up until this… More