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Daryln Brewer Hoffstot: Giving thanks for a beloved sugar maple

A majestic tree is fading fast. For the people who loved it, it’s like losing a family member.
Lolita Brayman: learning from the ancients
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Lolita Brayman: learning from the ancients

In his latest book, Elderflora, Jared Farmer chronicles a history of exploration and study, destruction and preservation that will keep humans and age-old trees intertwined for the long haul.
King Charles, who talks to trees, poses by ancient oak for birthday photo
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King Charles, who talks to trees, poses by ancient oak for birthday photo

He has a new title: Ranger of Windsor Great Park. But his official photo for his 74th birthday seems to be saying more.
Saving the dragon's blood

Saving the dragon's blood

Despite a range of threats, from droughts and cyclones to goats and militarization, Socotra's iconic trees are staging a slow, patient comeback—with the help of the people who know them best.
New rules put Puget Sound's urban trees in private hands

New rules put Puget Sound's urban trees in private hands

Because the majority of the region's trees are in residential neighborhoods, responsibility for maintaining canopy coverage is shifting to homeowners.
Beverly Law, William Moomaw: Keeping trees in the ground is an effective way to slow climate change
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Beverly Law, William Moomaw: Keeping trees in the ground is an effective way to slow climate change

Permanently protecting large, mature forests is a faster and cheaper way to stabilize Earth's climate than complex carbon capture and storage schemes, and more effective than planting new trees.
Will “murdered” tree prod Seattle City Council to pass long-promised protections?
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Will “murdered” tree prod Seattle City Council to pass long-promised protections?

Activists and residents are pushing for the Seattle City Council to create a new tree ordinance that will protect more trees.

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