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Toronto's Free Tree Program @leaf

Toronto has adopted the goal of increasing tree canopy coverage from 26.6 – 28% to 40% across the city.  One of the primary ways of achieving this goal is through planting of new trees, with a focus on planting large canopy species. 196 more words

Community

Tree Huggers, and glad of it

Urban Forestry team plants, prunes, and preserves to keep the city green, safe, and clean

Tony Gliot still remembers when the giant oak tree of his childhood died and had to come down. 828 more words

Salt Lake City

Gender Tricks and Role Switch-ups on the Clair Chat Plane ... by Alice ..

Dear Ones,

  • How both men and women can sidestep masculine negative energies on the clair chat plane.
  • The value of planting trees in the city.
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Ascension

Sunday March 26, 1916

Page 4. (1916, Mar 25). Toronto Daily Star (1900-1971) 13 more words

Toronto

Why Do This?

The Advocate published an article about Biggz Kidz January 2015. I was intrigued and decided immediately that I must find a way to connect with this group. 261 more words

Baton Rouge

Snow Storm Tree Branch Clean Up in Salt Lake City

Posted 12/16/2015 following the record-breaking snowstorm in Salt Lake City

The heavy wet snow that fell during this week’s storm has resulted in substantial tree damage throughout the entire City.  202 more words

Salt Lake City

Research in urban forestry: The social side of things

Urban forestry research has been generally classified in two categories: the biophysical and applied areas, and the social science side of things. The biophysical and applied aspects include threats and diseases such as Dutch elm disease, emerald ash borer, ecosystem services (benefits and value), and climate adaptation. 1,633 more words