Author Archives: TreeStewards

Add a Free Native Tree

Trees have many benefits. They provide shade, beauty and tranquility, cool the air, soak up greenhouse gases, emit oxygen, and help to shelter and feed birds and other wildlife. Native trees are especially important because they can support a huge … Continue reading

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The Silent Killer in Your Yard

What’s scarier than bumping into a spider web, a witch, a black cat or a bat in the dark of All Hallows Eve? It’s a zombie plant that harbors rodents and mosquitoes on the ground but morphs into a killer … Continue reading

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Have a Free Tree Planted in Your Yard

Arlington County Tree Canopy Fund Information Session Monday, November 6, 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. Shirlington Library, 4200 Campbell Ave., Arlington, VA 22206 Are you interested in getting a tree for your yard or property? Please join us for an information … Continue reading

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Four Mile Run Valley Project Needs Tree Stewards’ Help

Arlington is in the process of designing the Jennie Dean Park at Shirlington/Four Mile Run — and our participation at one of these events is very important. There are groups interested in more ball fields, dog parks, playgrounds, concert spaces, … Continue reading

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Membership Meeting in the Crypt: This Sunday, Oct. 30

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Tree Stewards Partner With TD Bank For More Tree Planting

Tree Steward volunteers will be joined by employees from TD Bank on Friday, Oct. 7, 2016, at Dora Kelly Nature Park in Alexandria to participate in TD Tree Days, a cooperative effort to plant new trees in local communities in need. Volunteers … Continue reading

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