FALLEN LEAVES: A TREE’S GIFT TO THE STREAM, December 2, 2022
This article in Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay discusses the many ways in which the decay of fallen leaves on the ground and in water benefits our wildlife, the ground, and our water sources. Click on the link to read this interesting article.
Upstate New York tree hunter just discovered the biggest tree in NY (maybe the biggest of its kind in the nation)
Updated: Dec. 17, 2022, 9:42 a.m. Click on NYUP.com. Fred Breglia, executive director of the Landis Arboretum, recently discovered New York’s biggest tree, an eastern cottonwood in Schaghticoke that stands 108 feet high with a massive trunk that measures 34 feet in circumference (a diameter of about 11 feet). Photo by Fred Breglia
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