The Emerald City: Seattle’s Urban Forestry and Economic Development
This Serve in Place grant recipient took part in a research project on urban forestry in Seattle. The student aimed to use their research findings to present policy implications for urban and environmental planners to promote equitable, sustainable growth in cities around the world. The student measured their ability to create an economic model describing the net benefit of urban forestry on urban development, and, from there, used the model to create policy insight for the city.
College of Architecture, Art and Planning '23
Serve in Place Fund
Supporting students who are collaborating with communities in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.