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The Desert Willow

Tree of the Month: The Desert Willow Learn about this drought-tolerant, Central Texas tree and how to identify it Growing plants in the Texas summer heat can be a difficult task.  Many plants that flourish in other parts of the country have a hard time with our clay soils, 100+ degree days, and low rainfall. …
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Three Important Tips for Watering Your Tree

Three Important Tips for Watering Your Tree Learn about when and how to properly water your tree We all know that trees need water, but when and how much do they need?  Well, depending on who you ask, it may be more complex than you think.  According to The Arbor Day Foundation, there are many…
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Impacting the Urban Forest through Citizen Science

Impacting the Urban Forest through Citizen Science Become a Citizen Scientist to Help Create Better Outdoor Spaces America’s foundation is built on volunteers.  French philosopher Alex de Tocqueville in his book “Democracy in America,” published in 1835 remarked that one of American’s unique qualities was our tendency to form associations to advance the common good.…
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