Document Type

Thesis

Publication Date

4-6-2013

Abstract

Residents of the EcoVillage, an area of Cleveland, OH’s Detroit Shoreway neighborhood, requested fragrant fruit trees to be planted in their neighborhood. Pear Avenue, a street within the EcoVillage, was selected as a target area and mapped to determine the health of the street tree canopy and assess if fruit trees can be planted on tree lawns. Through research, other examples of public fruit were retrieved and public participation practices were analyzed.

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Capstone project includes a paper, presentation, accompanying visual illustrations.

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Ebert_Final pear map.jpg (1681 kB)
Map of Pear Avenue

Ebert Thesis presentation 692.pdf (5531 kB)
Presentation Slides

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