In a city with tens of thousands of trees, the neighbors of Ardsley Park are worried about one tree in particular. On Monday morning, neighbors woke up to find a colossal live oak tree in McCauley Park had lost one of its major limbs and revealed disease in the trunk.Read More →

A longtime oak tree at the McCalla Center will be removed after plaguing the Chino Planning Commission for more than a decade due to its poor health and infestation by wood-boring insects. The Chino Planning Commission on Monday approved the city’s request to remove the tree and plant two replacementRead More →

By Ron Allen, UC Master Gardener, Mariposa County Right now we are in the midst of an extreme and widespread drought. A telltale indication is that the oak trees in Mariposa County are shedding their leaves. Image by Kevan Craft. What must we do ? This is a good timeRead More →

Planting trees in Indianapolis. A tree has been planted in Indianapolis, the twin city in Northamptonshire, United States, to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. An English oak tree was planted in Indianapolis’ Garfield Regional Park by Indianapolis Deputy Mayor Judith Thomas, accompanied by Chris St. Paul, chair of the Indianapolis-NorthamptonshireRead More →

Now, in a fortuitous twist, a 150-year-old oak tree that fell during the storm will be incorporated into the thatched roof of the 14th-century pub during its restoration after last November’s devastating fire. The wood from the oak, which was in the estate’s original vegetable garden, will replace the charredRead More →

WOODLAND — The Oak Tree restaurant, like its namesake factory, has seen many growth spurts and barren stretches over the years. Since opening under its current name in 1969, the Oak Tree has undergone multiple expansions and renovations at its location along Interstate 5 in Woodland. The restaurant closed inRead More →

Volunteers from Downham and Fenland transformed a 5,000-year-old oak tree into an incredible 50-seat ‘table for the nation’ – with the Princess Royal attending an unveiling earlier this week. Princess Anne visited Ely Cathedral on Tuesday to officially unveil the 13-metre masterpiece. The black oak table is made of woodRead More →

For coach Louis and Peggy Thompson, a huge pebble oak tree near their 33-year-old home held many special memories. The tree, at the corner of Second Avenue and Central Boulevard, provided shade in the summer and play space for children as they grew. But over time, the tree began toRead More →

The actress’ much-loved horse ranch in Santa Clarita, Calif., is on the market. Actress Linda Gray, best known for playing Sue Ellen Ewing on the long-running TV show Dallas, is selling her three-acre horse ranch in Santa Clarita, California. Gray listed the property for $2.995 million after living there forRead More →

Illinois Extension 4-H and the AISWCD Forestry Committee have partnered to plant trees. Funding was obtained from the Illinois Forestry Development Council, the University of Illinois Extension Foundation, and the Association of Illinois Soil & Water Conservation Districts (AISWCD). The statewide initiative is coordinated at the local level by theRead More →

For sale: nine bedroom property; plenty of off-street parking; bar included. The Clinton hotel, the Oak Tree Inn, will soon be put up for sale, after the owner, the Clutha Licensing Trust (CLT), received an approach from potential buyers. The complex, including a bar, bistro, bottle shop and nine motelRead More →

One of Britain’s largest and oldest oak trees is to receive special funding to secure its future. The majestic 1,000-year-old oak tree at Bowthorpe Park Farm, near Bourne, will benefit from the government’s Green Recovery Challenge Funding scheme and expert care from conservation charity Woodland Trust. With a circumference ofRead More →

A memorial oak tree has been planted in Abington Park as part of Northampton’s celebrations to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee year. On Wednesday 9 March, as part of the Queen’s Green Canopy tree planting initiative, The Friends of Abington Park, ground maintenance contractors from West Northamptonshire Council, Idverde, andRead More →

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what’s up, music-theatre-arts, Counterpoint, Ali Aedy, Tess Horowitz, David Attwood, Dorte Conroy, M16, art review Ali Aedy and Tess Horwitz: Counterpart (Gallery 1); David Attwood: Oaks (Gallery 2); Dorte Conroy: Top (Gallery 3). M16 artistic space. Until February 27. m16artspace.com.au. These three exhibitions are articulate examples of the multi-faceted facetsRead More →

Black oak (Quercus velutinalisten)) is a medium to large deciduous oak tree commonly found in the eastern half of the United States. A black oak can be identified by its bark and leaves. The bark is usually dark blackish or brownish gray and the leaves are green with lobes endowedRead More →

Willow oak (Quercus phelloslisten)) is a common deciduous oak. A member of the red oak family, this tree has a dense, usually rounded crown and simple, linear leaves. Willow oaks are typically found in parts of the southeastern United States, north such as New Jersey and Pennsylvania and west suchRead More →

Content of the article One of London’s oldest trees, a massive Lambeth oak dating back four centuries, has finally fallen despite numerous attempts to save it. Content of the article “It’s bittersweet,” Ward 9 Coun. Anna Hopkins, who represents the area, spoke about the James Street tree. “The safety aspectRead More →

“Oaks are key to California’s character and heritage – its visual beauty, the vigor of its rivers and streams, the clarity of its air, the richness of its wildlife.” – “The Secrets of the Oak Forests” by Kate Marianchild Stress is in abundance these days, whether it’s the worsening newsRead More →

Roade Parish Council was ‘deeply saddened’ to inform villagers this week that the Queen’s Jubilee Tree had been vandalized. The felony damage incident was reported to Northamptonshire Police as having occurred between midnight on Saturday December 18 and 11:59 p.m. on Sunday December 19. The oak tree, which was plantedRead More →

Work to remove a large part of a diseased oak tree in Uckfield Cemetery has been agreed. Sick oak in a corner of Uckfield Cemetery, near Snatts Road, a substation and a house The 22-meter tree will be lowered to 3.5 m in a careful and sensitive manner to avoidRead More →

The pub has been refurbished with a rustic and modern feel: secluded nooks and verandas are offset by the bar, with wall elements, eclectic furniture and string lights adding a personal touch and a festive sparkle. Oak Tree CEOs Miranda and Andrew said, “We are very excited about the futureRead More →

Reader Submission, Community November 17, 2021 | Wednesday Mr. Editor: On Saturday, November 13, the neighborhood of Chautauqua and Niagara-on-the-Lake as a whole lost one of their oldest and oldest residents. The solid oak that had lived on Vincent Avenue for more than 200 years, one of the tallest inRead More →

For 34 years, Oak Tree Furniture has proudly provided the Ohio Valley with high quality furniture made by Amish artisans. All of their interior products are made from kiln-dried hardwoods (oak, cherry, hickory, walnut, maple, and elm) known for their exceptional strength and durability. The hardwoodsRead More →

Pursuing its mission of sustainable development and supporting communities across the country, Bulleit Frontier Whiskey, in partnership with American Forests, is committed to taking action in the fight against climate change LEXINGTON, Ky., November 16, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Today, Bulleit Frontier Whiskey announced that his engagement plant aRead More →

“The Gathering” is the next best thing to do after having a backyard zoo. From the merciless killing of a large living oak tree – which Pecan Plantation owner Chris Reedy called “magnificent” – arose an intriguing artistic creation. Reedy and his wife, Shelly, moved into their Lansdowne Court residenceRead More →

The Flint River begins south of Atlanta and winds away from this metropolis through some of the most beautiful rural counties in the state of Georgia. Moving south, the Flint meets the Chattahoochee in Lake Seminole and from there the combined waters become the Apalachicola River, which empties into theRead More →

JA Bolton Storyteller Here in the south, many old majestic oaks still dot our landscapes. If unhindered by storms or humans, these old oak trees can live for hundreds of years. Why, some have lived to be a thousand years old. Oak trees provide shade, wood products, oxygen to theRead More →

After a thorough risk assessment, community engagement with neighbors, and consultation with the Woodland Tree Foundation, the Town of Woodland is unfortunately considering removing the Great Oak from the Valley on Casa Linda Drive due to serious structural issues. An advanced risk assessment conducted in August by a licensed arboristRead More →

The Century Oak at Ringwood, Bretton. Photo: Richard Simcox. Protesters in Ringwood, Bretton last month set up round-the-clock surveillance on a century-old oak tree near Barnard Way properties after council authorized its logging. Oak dates back to the 14th century and the original Grimshaw Wood. These are now two treesRead More →