Crosscut: “Saving Seattle’s trees may mean saving their yards”

We know that, at the most basic level, tree preservation is land preservation. Without a place to grow it doesn’t matter how many trees you intend to plant, how good your tree maintenance is, or how generously your Urban Forest is funded, you will not have sufficient number of trees to do the work we need them to do.

Eric Sigliano, reporter for Crosscut, knows this too. Read his article: Saving Seattle’s trees may mean saving their yards.

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