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Baltimore's Future: Morgan Grove on Baltimore's Trees

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Baltimore Social Innovation Journal
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In this episode, David Warnock speaks with Morgan Grove, research scientist for the U.S.D.A Forest Service. Grove is a self-described 'social ecologist' and studies the impact of trees upon residents' quality of life.

Grove was featured in The Baltimore Social Innovation Journal

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In this web extra, Grove describes what trees best adapt to Baltimore soil, and goes into the history of the trees that were once planted in Charm City soil.
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After Warnock asks Grove to explain what a social ecologist is, Grove describes the surprising findings from his research, explains the complications with planting more trees in Baltimore, and dispels the urban myth that fruit trees draw rats.