(I haven't seen this type of project before, and thought it interesting and worth sharing here. See contacts below if you have questions. Peter)
The Village of Hastings on Hudson herby invites the submission of proposals
email for information: Aaron Podhurst <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hillside Woods and Park Restoration Project Management and
Other Landscaping and Horticultural Services:
Village of Hastings-on-Hudson…
Today's (20april2022) ForestConnect webinar was by Steve Roberge of UNH, NH state extension forester. Steve was presenting from work done at UNH about tactics that loggers and foresters use, voluntarily, to stabilize their logging site and ensure they can continue to access and work their job during extreme weather events. Winters are often without snow or freezing and ground conditions might limit production. This…Continue
Some foods give us gas, but gas is what ultimately gives us maple syrup. If not for gas bubbles in the wood, sap wouldn’t flow. Who knew maple trees were CO2 powered?
A mere two decades ago, arborists were at a loss to explain what caused maple sap run. We'd typically mumble something about transpirational vacuum in the canopy before changing the subject. Everyone knows sap runs when warm days follow freezing nights. But it wasn’t until recently that the mechanism behind…Continue
Looking for a way to enhance property value, save energy costs, boost mental health, and help the planet in one simple, low-cost step? Yeah, me too. Let me know if you think of something.
Seriously, though, a few well-placed trees in one’s yard typically add at least 5% to a property’s value. Having large older specimens (of trees, I mean) around the house can push that figure close to 20%. In terms of energy savings, deciduous trees on the southern and western sides of a house tend…Continue