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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


Dorval hosts 21st annual tree climbing championships

If you were in Dorval’s Windsor Park Saturday, you may have stumbled upon grownups dangling from trees in what may have appeared to be somewhat precarious positions. 262 more words


Women in Trees: Sharing Experiences and Lessons Learned

When Fleming College Professor of Urban Forestry, Katrina Van Osch-Saxon, first asked me to speak at the one-day Women in Trees Conference and Awareness Day… 1,883 more words

Spring & Wildflowers

Being surrounded, as we are in the North End, by Boise’s beautiful foothills, we tend to measure our urban landscape by the hills and plants that surround us. 302 more words


La Grande reaches urban forest milestone

The City of La Grande reached a state-leading milestone last year for its commitment to the town’s urban forest.

La Grande has been recognized by Tree City USA since 1990 and in 2016 earned the distinction for the 27th year in a row. 7 more words

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How to love your Mother (Earth): SLC Earth Week activities on tap

How is your Earth doing? It’s time to check her vital signs and to show her some TLC, too.

The week of April 17th through April 22nd is Earth Week in Salt Lake City, with the big finish – Earth Day – on Saturday, April 22nd. 731 more words

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