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Caring for Your Christmas Tree

There's no substitute for a live Christmas tree. Unfortunately, a real Christmas tree can quickly turn brown and sickly with improper care. Here are a few tips from the National Christmas Tree Association for caring for your Christmas tree: Buy a f...

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Carbon Credit Preserves the Profit from Trees

Landowners can now profit from their trees without cutting them down. Carbon credits pay property owners cash to preserve their trees and benefit the environment. The United States government is paying landowners in places like Oregon $1,000 to prese...

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Iowa Invaded by Pesky Emerald Ash Borer

Authorities have confirmed that Iowa now has to deal with an invasion of the Emerald Ash Borer bug. Spotted in the town of Creston, the Emerald Ash Borer is an Asian beetle that attacks ash trees. It is considered one of North America's most destruct...

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Aborist: The Career for Those who Love Tree Climbing

An arborist is a professional that makes his or her living caring for trees. Most arborists are people who love trees and enjoy climbing them. That's definitely the case for professional arborist Bodenham who was thrilled to discover that he could ma...

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Tree Cutting Should Be Left To Experts, Warns Arborist

Research has revealed most civilian tree cutting fatalities occur from being hit by a falling tree or falling off a ladder. Serious chainsaw injuries also result from people attempting to do their own tree-cutting work. Arborist, Nathan Bellamy, rece...

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Ancient Ironbark Oldest in Sydney

A 160-year-old ironbark tree standing in the corner of an old church yard in Glebe is thought to be the oldest tree in Sydney outside of the botanical gardens. Standing quietly in the grounds of St John's Anglican Church, the ancient tree has been d...

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Minda Objects to Trees Being Placed on Heritage Register

Despite objections from Minda Home, South Australia's Holdfast Bay Council has voted to place the 100-year-old gum trees lining the driveway to Minda on their local heritage register. Planted in 1862 by John Hodgekiss, to frame the approach to his f...

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Parishioners Claim Tree is Weeping ‘Tears of God’

Parishioners at St John's Cathedral in Fresno, California believe a tree outside their church is a manifestation of the work of God, after it recently started weeping what appeared to be tears. Parishioner Mary Ybarra told a local TV station that up...

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Council Shows Compassion for Baby Magpies

The local council in Unley, South Australia has stayed the felling of a tree until its magpie occupants are old enough to leave their nest. The lemon-scented gum tree in a Myrtle Bank reserve was earmarked for removal, due to a potentially dangerous ...

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