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Prairie Village in fight against emerald ash bore...
A metro city with thousands of trees will soon chop down hundreds to prevent an emerald ash borer infestation. For years, city leaders in Prairie Village studied the impact of the ash borer beetle,...
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Preserving Mattapoisett Roots
... an old tree. Older than you and me,” wrote Richard Morgado, a Mattapoisett resident. His words continue to tell of a hollow tree on his property, held up by the thick vines that encircle it....
Read more at The Wanderer
Mattapoisett Free Public Library
Thanks for efforts
Commissioners of Cultural and Recreational Affairs, appeared at a conference function to honor LI "
" village representatives, and Garden City received special recognition, joining five...
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Marked Tree Council leaves fireworks ordinance as...
Last month, the Marked
Council discussed the possibility of revising the fireworks ordinance to limit the times fireworks may be shot after receiving complaint over the July 4th...
Read more at Poinsett County Democrat Tribune
Savannah's aging trees get the ax
The 40-inch diameter live oak in front of St. John’s Episcopal on Madison Square is probably about 100 years old, but its days are numbered. The Park and Tree Department recently affixed an orange...
Read more at Savannah Morning News
CRADLING A CHERRY sapling in her hands,�11-year-old Mya Bartman has big plans for the�young tree�a gift to her mother on Arbor Day�in Nebraska City, Neb. (pop. 7,289).��[I�m planting it] at my house,...
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Why were beautiful old trees cut down?
The two lots at 4500 Fairfax Avenue in Rolling Meadows were heavily wooded with beautiful old oak trees, willow trees and walnut trees. The property has changed hands several times in recent years but...
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Follansbee talks trees, slips, ballfields
After some debate, council agreed to explore the development of new baseball fields behind the Rite Aid store on state Route 2, while seeking a new business or businesses for space occupied by the...
Read more at Weirton Daily Times
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Marshalltown could get new banners, sign
Michelle Spohnheimer, housing and community development director, and Mary Giese, of the Marshalltown Arts & Cultural Alliance, asked for the city council members' support Monday night, to add signage...
Read more at Marshalltown Times-Republican
Out of the Morgue
Each week we’ll take a step back into the history of Great Bend through the eyes of reporters past. We’ll reacquaint you with what went into creating the Great Bend of today, and do our best to update...
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In city of Beaufort, a tree isn't just a tree
A representative of the developer hoping to bring a Starbucks to Beaufort poses an interesting question: If a business fails because it is not allowed to cut down a tree to provide adequate parking,...
Read more at Island Packet
Helping the Heartland to love sustainability
... sky is still blue, the grass is still green and I've been doing things this way for years." This phrase, and its variations, signal one of the biggest challenges a sustainability professional...
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Lincoln Financial Group
Vandals target Rolling Meadows site where trees r...
Vandals spray-painted graffiti on a vacant house and landscaping equipment at a construction site in Rolling Meadows where neighbors last weekend protested the razing of old trees to clear the way for...
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Iron Mountain could be next
That's when a good shade tree becomes invaluable. Through the efforts of the Iron Mountain Tree Board, there have been more tree plantings in the city in the last couple of years. This is a welcome...
Read more at The Iron Mountain Daily News
'Devastated' ash trees
Sandy wrote: “The emerald ash borer has really destroyed multiple ash trees in Grand Haven — many dead ones along Grand and Sheldon and other locations. It also appears as if there are other varieties...
Read more at Grand Haven Tribune
Letters to the Editor
Print this ArticleEmail this Article Heat is killing the Plaza's maple trees The last beautiful Sunset Maple tree on the Plaza has died. This is a sad development in our town where plants and trees...
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