The U.S. Forest Service lists projects and programs for children and teens to get them involved in nature, science, gardening and service. Visit the kids’ page to find out more.…Continue
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Texas is involved in a number of different projects using Google mapping. Below is a sample.
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Below are some great resources on stormwater management and how trees can help with it. Although it’s hot and dry now, a possible rainy fall is around the corner.
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The Liberty Trees, meeting places for the Sons of Liberty throughout the colonies during the Revolutionary War, played an important part of our nation’s history. Some of the original Liberty Trees, such as the elm in Boston Commons, were cut down by British forces and others were killed by Mother Nature over the years. The last surviving Liberty Tree, a tulip poplar (pictured right, top)…Continue