Tag: Tree People

Quiet crisis: Saving trees in Los Angeles, and city’s livability

Quiet crisis: Saving trees in Los Angeles, and city’s livability

| September 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

Throughout Los Angeles, trees are in decline. It is a quiet crisis, and it’s accelerating. Losing trees begins a vicious cycle of creating an ever-hotter and drier urban climate that threatens public health and the very livability of our city. Last year, I attended a presentation by the Urban Forester of Santa Monica, who said […]

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Thirty days of tree planting, Bingo and Dr. Seuss

Thirty days of tree planting, Bingo and Dr. Seuss

| June 28, 2012 | 0 Comments

    It rained on the first day of Brad Jamison’s volunteer challenge: “Thirty Days of Service, Improving the world, and myself… one day at a time.” He was to drive to the Angeles Forest for a Tree People project that was now cancelled. Undaunted, the McCadden Place resident soon found another volunteer job to […]

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