Cats are natural climbers, but adventurous kitties sometimes take their climbs to new heights. Getting up is relatively easy, but getting back down is another story. Thousands of cats get stuck in trees every year, and contrary to popular belief, they can’t always get down on their own. Animal contr...
Pecan pie by filmmaker, Jamie Simpson Ross! Made from pecans from the Inglewood Organic Pecan Orchard near Alexandria, Louisiana, featured in our new YouTube Channel. Find it on our website -- www.truthabouttrees.org. Or directly at YouTube at TruthAboutTrees TV. Please remember to subscribe!! ... See moreSee less
Well, I really love sycamore trees, so when I saw that Andy Lipkis has tweeted this article I wanted to share it. Apparently, this beetle is mostly in California now, so good luck to all of our California trees and tree lovers! ... See moreSee less
Friends of the Urban Forest is one of the nation's finest tree groups — a wonderful model for all tree organizations around the nation. We are going to be begin presenting portraits of all the wonderful tree organizations and hope that folks will share and write their comments! ... See moreSee less
This is amazing!! I do hope that they know to water them a lot, a whole lot. I know someone who gathered his friends to plant 1500 saplings in a day, and every tree died from lack of care! But planting a tree is one of the best actions anyone could ever do. ... See moreSee less
When we interviewed Jane Goodall for our series The Truth About Trees she told us about her lifelong friendships with favorite trees, as well as about the crucial importance of forests to the lives of myriad other animals. Here is another part of that story. ... See moreSee less
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