Here is our newest mini-film! Enjoy the Bur Oak; enjoy Mark Hirsch and his enjoyment! ... See moreSee less

A portrait of the Bur Oak tree (a favorite of MidWesterners that I know) and a subject of the beautiful photographs by Mark Hirsch in his book That Tree.

2 weeks ago

Another
mini-film as part of our series, The Truth About Trees, has just uploaded to YOuTube! You can also find it on our website www.truthabouttrees.org. Just click Tree TV in the top menu.
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E.O.Wilson asks the question: What accounts for our "Dendrophilia?" --- i.e., our love of trees. Our childhood encounters with trees is part of the answer, o...

2 weeks ago

This week we have put up TWO mini-films about trees! The first one was about the production of Nano Cellulose crystals from waste wood that is taking place at the Forest Products Lab in Madison, Wisconsin. And today we are presenting a portrait of the RED MAPLE tree through the seasons. Please enjoy, learn and share! ... See moreSee less

This is a simple portrait of the lovely red maple tree through the seasons. It shows red during every season but particularly during reproductive time in ear...

3 weeks ago

Here is our newest mini-film -- one of our favorites of all time -- the Sycamore tree. And it's gotta a surprise guest! ... See moreSee less

Our newest mini-film is about one of our favorite trees, the Sycamore. According to Colin Tudge, it's one of the oldest trees. And in the East it's everywher...

4 weeks ago

Please watch and share this wonderful story! The American Chestnut tree disappeared from the forest by 1940 (or so) and now it's coming back!!! ... See moreSee less

The American Chestnut tree is being restored! Thanks to the tireless work of Dr. Fred Hebard and the American Chestnut Foundation, there are now beautiful, t...

1 month ago

Today we are posting our 18th mini-film based on our series The Truth About Trees, the first series ever made in America about trees. If you want to learn about trees and care for trees, this is the place to do it! ... See moreSee less

The Chestnut blight was perhaps the largest ecological catastrophe in American history. Here is Part One of the story, taken from our series on the environme...

1 month ago

The Truth About Trees project is happy to announce our 17th mini-film has now been uploaded. You can find it on YOuTube at TruthAboutTrees TV. Or you can find it on our website (www.truthabouttrees.org) by clicking on the TREE TV button on the top line. Our co-Editior David Minkcler has been doing an outstanding job editing our short tree films!! Thanks DAVE!! ... See moreSee less

A beautiful old ASH TREE in Charlottesville, VA was filmed in all the seasons: Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall. It ends where it begins -- wintertime. This ...

1 month ago

This week we post Parts One and Two of our filming with David Milarch and his Archangel Ancient Trees project. We see his sons, Jared and Jake, and their lab associate, Tom, as they gather and clone the continent's champion trees -- for the purpose of re-forestation. Jim Robbins has written their story in his book THE MAN WHO PLANTED TREES. ... See moreSee less

David Milarch explains the mission given him by the ""light beings" who appeared to him -- to clone the grandest champion trees -- in order to re-forest. His...

2 months ago

Coinciding with my grandmother's birthday (january 19, 1878), we are uploading to our YouTube channel (TruthAboutTrees TV) our 14th mini-film about trees!! You can also link to the channel via TREE TV in the menu on our website: www.truthaboutTrees.org. If you care about trees, these films will entertain and educate you! ... See moreSee less

Science author Jim Robbins describes the way the Pine Bark Beetles utterly destroyed his Pondarosa Pine forest in Montana. University of Wisconsin entomologi...

3 months ago