As we mentioned on December 6, having a real tree in your home is far more eco-friendly than buying an artificial tree – one of the reasons being that real trees are recyclable!…
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"In San Francisco, you can use your smartphone to hail a cab, track a bus and pay a parking ticket. There's even an app for the most ardent of tree huggers. With SF Trees, approach any tree in the city and you can find out the type you are looking at. Like nearly everything else in the Bay Area these days, the info is available on your cell."…Continue
Celebrate Urban Birds at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology invites organizations and educators to apply for mini-grants to help fund neighborhood events in communities everywhere. Celebrate Urban Birds is a free year-round project that collects information from everyday people about 16 species of birds. Participants spend 10…Continue
Added by Susan Granbery on December 21, 2010 at 8:30am — No Comments
There is a lot of waste created at the holidays, from gift wrapping to non-biodegradable decorations to disposable party dishes. This year, try to cut down on your carbon footprint with the following tips:…
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From holiday cards made of recycled paper to energy efficient appliances, it almost takes a concerted effort these days to not give an environmentally friendly gift. But most of the…Continue
Mother Nature just might be the world’s best decorator. Below are some tips on how to turn your home into a natural winder wonderful this holiday season.
Added by Administrator on December 6, 2010 at 9:00am — No Comments
Job Announcement-City Forester Position, Clarksville, TN
JOB SUMMARY: Develops, administers and oversees the urban forestry program, involving tree planting and maintenance,…Continue
Added by Karla Kean on December 2, 2010 at 2:39pm — No Comments
Thank you TREES ATLANTA!
Added by Ed Macie on December 2, 2010 at 8:57am — No Comments