David Tracey is a writer, designer and public speaker who specializes in community ecology. He has a master's degree in landscape architecture from UBC and a BA in politics from the University of California – Santa Cruz.
A certified arborist and organic fruit tree expert, he is the executive director of Tree City, a non-profit group "helping people and trees grow together." His company, EcoUrbanist, provides environmental site design and consultation to individual, community, corporate and government clients.
Tracey is also a journalist who reports on politics, culture and the environment for media around the world, including the International Herald Tribune, The Economist and Tyee. He is the author of Urban Agriculture: Ideas and Designs for the New Food Revolution, Guerrilla Gardening: A Manualfesto, The Mustard Seed, and The Miracle Tree. His most recent book is The Earth Manifesto: Saving Nature with Engaged Ecology (2013).
The former editor of an international inflight magazine, he serves as a word coach, helping professionals and PhD candidates overcome the writing gaps that hold them back.
- Writing an Essay for the Liberal Arts Certificate (55+) — Thu, Feb 2
- Writing an Essay for the Liberal Arts Certificate (55+) — Fri, Feb 17
- Engaged Ecology LIB101
- Writing Fundamentals Workshop (55+)
- Writing Fundamentals for Liberal Arts Non-Credit Certificate (55+)
- Writing Clearly AHCP220
- “O, Christmas Tree”: Trees in Myth, History, and Our Daily Lives (Free Forum)
- Beyond the Block: How to Beat a Fear of Writing AHCP185
- Oh, Canada Lecture Series (Lecture 5)—Looking for Justice in Canada's Aboriginal Policies (Surrey City Centre Library) AHCP195