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Diversity in urban forestry

This past week I had the opportunity to participate in the Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies (PWIAS) International Round table workshop and pubic event called, … 450 more words


Fall in Boise's North End

Cover photo courtesy of John Wee –  www.LuckyStudio13.com

Boise is nicknamed “The City of Trees” for good reason. It’s a hot spot for deciduous, non-native trees. 246 more words


Green Infrastructure Conference Rambles

Having just attended a pointy toed shoe wearing conference in the heart of Seattle, a few negative responses swarm my head.

  1. The more I pursue a college degree, the more I feel…
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Another big tree coming down in Long Branch

It is no surprise to anyone around here that the huge dying silver maple at 2 Twenty Seventh is being taken down. Here is the history. 291 more words

Another beautiful huge tree destroyed in South Long Branch

The huge walnut tree at 39 Twenty Seventh Street was destroyed today. The owner of the property is planning a re-build and apparently the Committee of Adjustment granted them the permit to take down this tree as well as two other walnuts in the back to make room. 405 more words


The Natural History of America's Urban Forests

The story of America’s urban forests, as told in a book by the same name (1), is a story of loss and redemption.

The loss of America’s trees… 1,585 more words