Posts Tagged: sustainability

Introducing our Sustainable Management Focus

Author:  Anna G. Aquino

I cringe when I think of the many times I have promoted the value of a plant, star magnolia comes to mind, stating that “its leaves in August are pristine, not a bite taken out of them. I suggest we plant it!” It is easier to forgive myself when I read Doug Tallamy, the famous entomologist who many credit with igniting native plants awareness and author of Bringing Nature Home.

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NEW LOOK/NEW FORMAT/NEW TOPICS

Welcome!  

Capital Trees is launching a blog on the sustainable management of public landscapes.  The blog will include familiar topics previously found in our news section such as plant of the month. We will move all our news announcements including newsletter archives to a NEWS link.  There you will be able to keep up with our ongoing projects and programs. 

This new blog will provide regular posts highlighting different elements of sustainably managing public landscapes including:

  • Garden features (plants,
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