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Caring for the Canopy

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Native from British Columbia to northern California, Oregon white oak (Quercus garryana) is a long-lived tree that grows faster than given credit for. Photo: Jim Gersbach

West Coast gardeners and horticulturists are both passionate and generous. From a college course designed to engage the next generation, to an ambitious tree-planting initiative in Oregon that’s planting for the future—and clean water, to activists in Los Angeles racing against conditions to save endangered landscapes, people are acknowledging the importance of trees.

We’ve gathered the many resources mentioned throughout the pages of our special fall 2015 issue that focuses on preserving and planting the urban canopy together with additional advocacy links from throughout the West to create a go-to guide to the stewardship of our cities’ trees.

This is intended to be a living document, added to over time as we discover additional links. If you have something to add to the conversation please email us at TheEditor@Pacifichorticulture.org.

 

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