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Exchange Tree, by David Buckley Borden. 2017.

Exchange Tree, by David Buckley Borden. 2017.
Credit: HBR LTER

David Buckley Borden was the 2016 artist and designer in residence at Harvard Forest. His creations were featured as an Art/Science Installation and Exhibition from October 2017 to November 2018. Hemlock Hospice paid tribute to the central ecological role of hemlock as a foundation species in Harvard Forest and served as the central theme of an education initiative that promoted creativity and collaboration among the diverse visitors to the exhibition.

Project Status: Completed

Harvard Forest has a long standing Arts and Humanities and Artists in Residence Programs. For more information, visit the program website.