Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Wild Kingdom

Wild Kingdom: Doing More With Less To Keep Hartford's 26 Parks In Shape
David Halohan, Hartford Courant, April 25, 2017
Tom Baptist, who is Hartford's Department of Public Works Superintendent in charge of parks, cemeteries and athletic fields, views the city as a wild kingdom. His job is to get its biologically diverse parks ready for the various species — including Homo sapiens (taxpayers) and Vireo olivaceus (red-eyed vireos) — which flock to them each spring.