An Explorer’s Guide to the Biodiversity of Northern Manhattan
The accordion-fold wayfaring brochure features the environmental challenges and highlights of the last remaining salt marsh and old forest of Northern Manhattan via a virtual walking tour.  It promotes participating public space groups and deeper policy commitment to biodiversity across economic development, education, and cultural activation. 
Photos used in the guide also appeared in an uptown art gallery in an exhibit called Life Signs: Northern Manhattan’s Nurturing Nature.  ​​​​​​​
“Lifesigns: An Explorer’s Guide to the Biodiversity of Northern Manhattan, is a beautiful inclusive wayfaring guide, embodying the creative collaboration that urban stewardship so very much needs.  Thank you, Roger, for showcasing our work in Sherman Creek and other neighborhood groups!”
Bethany Hogan, Director of Government Affairs, New York Restoration Project

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