Volume 4, Issue 4
Keep up with Master of Environmental Horticulture projects:
a web resource update from Tracy Mehlin
Students pursuing Master of Environmental Horticulture degrees produce reports documenting their restoration and ecological engineering projects. The
completed reports and report summaries are now accessible on the University of Washington
Botanic Gardens website as
Technical Bulletins. Recent reports examine the verification process for urban forest restoration efforts by the Green Seattle Partnership and nearshore restoration monitoring at
Thatcher Bay in the San Juan Islands.
Twelfth annual Garden Lovers' Book Sale
April 7 and 8 with clearance sale April 10-12
Please join us for the Miller Library's twelfth annual Garden Lovers'
Sale April 7 and 8, 2017. As usual, the two-day sale features a Friday
night party with appetizers and wine from 5 to 8 pm. Tickets are $25 in
advance and can be purchased in the library or by calling 206-543-0415.
You'll find the free
public sale in the glass-walled Merrill Hall Commons Saturday, April 8, from 9 am to 3 pm. The library will also be open that day, with the Pacific Northwest Botanical Artists' annual exhibit on through May 6 as an added attraction.
We have a bountiful inventory this year. Any leftover books will be
available for very low prices (many free) in the library the first three days of the following week,
April 10-12. We can accept cash or checks only for this post-sale clearance.
Students, please remember to submit a poster by May 1
Don't miss this opportunity to share your latest projects and research results with the general public. All students in the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences at the University of Washington are invited to create a 14x14-inch
mini-poster in .pdf format to display at the Miller Library May 12 though
Just send us the electronic version, and we'll cover the printing and mounting costs. Send
your poster to us (email@example.com) by May 1
to participate. We hope you'll also join us for the informal meet-and-greet Friday, May 12, from 5 to
Pacific Northwest forests featured in library display
Are you taking or teaching a course related
to forests this quarter? With courses such as Forest
Soils and Site Productivity, Forests and Society,
and Silviculture offered through UW's School of
Environmental and Forest Sciences this spring, the library is
featuring related books, peer-reviewed journals, and theses in our Student
and Faculty display area near the journal display shelves.
The library offers field guides to trees, works on
forest restoration, propagation handbooks, recent theses,
textbooks, articles from peer-reviewed journals and much more.
Visitors are encouraged to browse, using or borrowing items
directly from the display, and to ask questions. Our
experienced staff is here to guide your research and help you
get the most from your library time. We also welcome class
tours of the library. Just call 206-543-0415 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to
schedule a tour.
New to the Library