Massachusetts is planning to spend $5 million planting trees in urban neighborhoods.
Homeowners though have banded together against the clearing work. They have found allies among the conservation commission and some selectmen who are worried about the environmental impact.
We did a series a couple of weeks ago on the 99 Great Ways to Save from the AARP Bulletin and I’ve had lots of listener feedback. So here’s more.
Another storm in the forecast has tree crews gearing up for more work, just as they’re wrapping up from Hurricane Sandy.
Two men were arrested Wednesday for allegedly stealing valuable pieces of trees from city parks.
Police are searching for a man who took an axe to a tree clearing machine, causing $5,000 in damages.
As many as 58 of the new trees on the Boston-Newton line were planted directly underneath four layers of utility lines which include NStar electrical power cables.
The days are longer, the flowers bloom and cookouts are back in season. What’s your favorite thing about Spring?
Forestry officials are warning of significant tree defoliation in Massachusetts this spring caused by the invasive winter moth.
Experts say you have to keep a fake tree for a pretty long time to lessen its impact on the environment.