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Storms are here. How to protect your trees

The storm that moved into western Washington last night is bringing plenty of moisture and wind. The combination of soggy ground and strong winds can spell bad news for some trees–weak branches can snap, dead limbs may fall and, in extreme cases, shallow-rooted trees can topple–but let’s not panic. 332 more words


Growing a Better City: The Value of Toronto’s Trees

Two leading candidates for mayor in the upcoming Toronto municipal election, Olivia Chow and John Tory, have included in their policy platforms a promise to plant 3.8 million trees in Toronto over the next 10 years. 645 more words

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Community Workshop - 10/15 @ the Baldwin Hills Branch Public Library 6-8pm

This Wednesday, October 15th is the last community workshop for the La Brea Corridor Planning Study

6 – 8pm at the Baldwin Hills Public Library… 105 more words

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Jessica McEachren - Speaker at the Atlantic Urban Forest Workshop - November 27, 2014

Jessica McEachren
Supervisor of Woodlands & Natural Areas, Forestry Division, City of Mississauga.

Jessica McEachren is the Supervisor of Woodlands and Natural Areas for the City of Mississauga.   128 more words


Baldwin Village Multicultural Family Affair - This Sat. Oct. 4th 11-3pm.

The La Brea Corridor Planning Study & North East Trees will have a table at the Baldwin Village Multicultural Family Affair this coming Saturday, Oct. 4th. 181 more words

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