Shared from LA Times: Click the Link below to see the whole article. By Louis Sahagun April 19, 2017 The trees that shade, cool and feed people from Ventura County to the Mexican border are dying so fast that within a few years it’s possible the region will look, feel, sound and smell much less
On April 6, 2017 at 1pm a Tribute Tree was planted in memory of Mia Amendolagine at Malloch Elementary School in Fresno. It was also planted in memory of ‘All Children Who Battle Cancer’. Mia’s classmates, friends, teachers and administrators were all there. Mia’s Grandmother, Mother and Sister all spoke with great passion and strength.
This was sent to us by Connie Young, Co-Chairperson Fresno Earth Day Event: This is a photo of a barrio of the town of Mocoa, the Colombian town that was inundated by mud last weekend. The significance of the photo is that this particular barrio suffered relatively little damage and no one was hurt there
Denver, CO / Arlington, VA (October 31, 2016) – A new study from The Nature Conservancy finds that an investment in tree planting of just US $4 per resident in some of the world’s largest cities could improve the health of tens of millions of people by reducing air pollution and cooling city streets. Released
Shared from the Washington Post: Click the link below to see the whole article! By Chelsea Harvey November 2, 2016 Yet another study has reaffirmed the idea that living near nature is good for human health — and can even save lives. A new paper, published Monday by the Nature Conservancy, suggests that planting trees