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Trees Endangered: Millennium Project at Arlington National Cemetery

By TreeSteward Christina Campanella At the edge of a steep drop off in the northwestern portion of Arlington National Cemetery a group of TreeStewards, Master Naturalists and other community activists from Arlington and around the region stared grimly at the … Continue reading

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Make Room for Trees: November 14, 2013

A view of current tree plantings – how will increased population affect future plantings? As the population in the Northeast increases to 65 million people over the next few decades, how will this growth affect our ecosystem and our tree … Continue reading

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Potential Champion Trees Destroyed for Development: RIP

TreeSteward John Wingard works with the Notable Trees Committee of Arlington, locating large trees and persuading owners to apply for champion status. Below is his sad story: For years I drove by 2727 and 2731 Lorcom Lane in Arlington on … Continue reading

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