The Georgia Urban Forest Council’s 2016 annual publication of SHADE Magazine, “Mother Nature Meets Metro Nature,” authored an article titled “Green Infrastructure and the Stormwater Connection.” This article features EcoScapes manager Keren Giovengo and her presentation at the Georgia Urban Forest Council’s 25th Annual Conference in November 2015.

Giovengo discussed the importance and benefits of integrating green infrastructure and natural resource-based stormwater management practices that emanate natural forest conditions into our Georgia communities.

The article can be found here. The Georgia Urban Forest Council is a statewide nonprofit that consists of arborists, foresters, landscape architects, city planners, nonprofits, city/county personnel and others who are responsible for healthy trees and greenspace in their Georgia communities.