What does ecological sampling tell us about urban tree health?
A year ago, I wrote a blog about a newly launched project to better understand how tree health is shaped by initial planting conditions. This question is important to answer given that 81% of urban
Are We Running Out of Trees for the Denver Area?
Now that I might have your attention, the answer is no way, no how! What I’m really talking about is new kinds of trees we can bring into our urban forests to make them more resilient in the face of
Made in the Shade: Planning a future where trees and people thrive
Coloradoans know a thing or two about seeking out shade on a hot day. But unless up in the mountains, trees in Colorado only persist near water bodies or with some help from people via irrigation. Our
December Walking Tour – Dormant Trees in the Gardens
During the dark and cold parts of the year a garden can seem colorless and devoid of life. We may walk through it with eyes to the ground or avoid going out into the Gardens at all. As we approach the