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Take Some Willow Bark and Call Me in The Morning…

Have you ever wondered how people centuries ago made due without a neighborhood CVS or other readily available source of medicine? We take for granted the fact that we can just run out and get some aspirin or Tylenol and

Posted in Environmental Issues Tagged with: bark, environment, medicinal, properties, tree, trees

Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) in Buffalo, NY

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has announced that Emerald Ash Borer has been detected in Buffalo. This is the first infestation found in Erie County. Recently, several purple traps have been distributed throughout our area to

Posted in Environmental Issues, Pests and Diseases Tagged with: ash, damage, DEC, eab, elm, emerald ash borer, environment, insects, invasive, new york, NY, pest, threat

Biochar’s Effectiveness in Protecting Urban Trees

Scientists from Bartlett Tree Experts and The Morton Arboretum are researching the effects of biochar on the health of urban trees. The project has received assistance from the Chicago Bureau of Forestry and Department of Environment, and funding support from

Posted in Environmental Issues, Tree Preservation, Tree Research, Urban Tree Care Tagged with: biochar, Chicago, environment, Going Green, research, trees, urban forest

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