Dictionary.com has chosen “bosky” as their word of the day.
bosky \BOS-kee\, adjective:
1. covered with bushes, shrubs, and small trees; woody.
What a great word for our work with orchards and food forests. Just what we are working toward, a bosky Baltimore.
And what a great day to teach us this word – for today our Executive Board meets for the first time! Wonderful people – giving so graciously of themselves to help us do this important work.
Oh, and for the etymologically minded among us, the website tells us “bosky comes from the Middle English word bosk which referred to a bush.”