The Salix Hybridization Garden in Old New Haven operates as a performative microcosm, exemplifying interactions between wider ecological cycles and systems of production. The Salix mesocosm and prefabricated control chambers place field research within the public domain, disseminating knowledge and method to casual visitors. Integrated signage illustrates the process and aims of cross breeding various willow species.
Title The Willow Resiliency Project
Master of Landscape Architecture
Special Topics: Public Space and Ecological Knowledge