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Pat Kerr

Tree Service Canada columnist, Pat Kerr, published two books this winter – one for children. The books challenge tree owners and youngsters to join the movement to healthier cities by looking after our trees. Read more

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U of T folds venerable Faculty of Forestry into Faculty of Landscape Architecture Read more

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Researchers at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, found 36 per cent of critically endangered species produce recalcitrant seeds. Read more

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Diversity can help prevent a tree disease or infestation from becoming an epidemic. Read more

Research

Box tree moths, boxwood web worms, fruit flies, and the emerald ash borer are pests that are expected this year. Read more

Tree Health

The best of Canada’s urban places are forest fragments because most of us have chosen to live in what was forest because we share a common need, water. Read more

Research

The University of Montana has given us another reason to question the benefits of mass clonal propagation and the resulting loss of genetics. Read more

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Eradication of the pest native to the far east is still possible Read more

Tree Health

The insect has now been found in Atlantic Canada Read more

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Planting is part of effort to become world’s “greenest” city Read more

Features

In a very short time one or very few female chestnut gall wasps can give rise to genetically homogeneous populations Read more

Research

University of Maryland Baltimore County released a report suggesting that recent studies on forest regeneration techniques are flawed Read more

Research