Video: "Green" Efforts of Golf Courses, Urban Tree Cover

Founded in 1911, the College of Environmental Science and Forestry at the State University of New York is the nations oldest and one of the most respected schools dedicated to the study of the environment. In their most recent edition of their regular video series they discuss a few of the most common "green" efforts of golf courses. These include naturalization and restoring brown fields mostly. The segment is about ten minutes long and is the first of three segments in this video. The third segment may also be of interest. Starting at 18:40, this segment looks at urban tree cover study that looks at the effect of changing this cover on a city.