Sophia Warsh

Sophia Warsh is an artist, gardener and field botanist. Her interests include prairies, and plant taxonomy and systematics. She first worked as a commercial green roofer in New York City. After that she worked at the Queens Botanical Garden, the Central Park Conservancy and the Missouri Botanical Garden. She has a certificate in Landscape Design from the New York Botanical Garden and also studied wildflower identification at the Native Plant School at the Shaw Nature Reserve in Gray Summit, MO. Sophia currently lives in Boulder, where she is enrolled in the Museum and Field Studies M.S. program at Colorado University.
USA

Artwork:
A Map of Edible Plants

Chart of Perennial Edibles at Cluster

Chart of Perennial Edibles at Cluster

Maps and Charts are in collaboration with Melissa Gorman ... More Information
Inventory of plants at Agrikultura

Inventory of plants at Agrikultura

Plant Inventory at Agrikultura Hyllie, Malmo, Sweden August 3, 2017 Alismataceae, water plantain family Alisma plantago-aquatica, European water plantain, svalting Amaranthaceae Amaranthus blitum, purple amaranth, lila amarant Atriplex hortensis var ... More Information
What's going on at The Ark of Seeds

What’s going on at The Ark of Seeds

As part of Sophia Warsh's A Map of Edible Plants, she is documenting what is happening at all of the Agrikultura installations. Here is what she has found at Egle ... More Information
update on Hedgerow Hyllie

update on Hedgerow Hyllie

Hedgerow Hyllie: the spontaneous portion what comes up out of the gneiss and green stone of the Fennoscandian Shield or some rubble a protective organism this one borders the ... More Information
Mapping Agrikultura North

Mapping Agrikultura North

As part of Sophia Warsh's A Map of Edible Plants, she is mapping the Agrikultura installations. Here is what she has found at Gunnel Pettersson's Field Walks and Oliver ... More Information
Documenting the edibles

Documenting the edibles

Sophia will come early and document the edibles at the site and, perhaps, the surrounding area ... More Information