Installed in late May 2016, Outer Seed Shadow (OSS) #02 serves as a green space to discuss issues of coexistence, immigration, and cultural identity. It is the second of five gardens to be installed in each of the boroughs of New York City. The term “outer seed shadow” relates to plant migration, and is the region where there exists an influx of seeds from a species’ reproductive core, but where—due to adverse conditions—seed germination and seedling reproduction are complicated, causing a decrease of those species’ representatives in this region.
At our Scope Meeting two months ago, one thing everyone wanted to know was what was going on behind the fences of the Willoughby entrance construction project. Since then, the dark green veils on the fence have come down and now everyone can look inside to see the change happen day by day. Here is some additional information to whet your capital project appetite.