3 weeks ago
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Viewfinders unveil Tennessee fall colors for the colorblind

Even when the rugged expanses of the Great Smoky Mountains were bursting with their famous fall colors, they always looked dull black and tawny to Lauren Van Lew from the 3,590-foot-high perch of Mt. Harrison.
4 months ago
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City of Wilmington holds public input meeting on trees

Dozens of people came out Wednesday night to a meeting about protecting, restoring, and increasing Wilmington's tree canopy.
1 year ago
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Pender Co. preschool looking for fallen trees to recycle after hurricane

A preschool in Pender County wants your trees, stumps, or branches that have fallen after Hurricane Matthew.
1 year ago
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Jasper County tree-cutting delayed until summer 2017

The state Transportation Department has delayed the cutting down of trees along a dangerous stretch of Interstate 95 in Jasper County.
1 year ago
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California drought causing trees to die by the ‘millions,’ scientist says

The devastation the California drought has caused to conifer trees in the Sierra Nevadas over the last couple of years "is far greater than previously observed," NASA scientists said in announcement of the publication of new map of the region.
2 years ago
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Warmer weather may cause early allergy season

Warmer weather may cause allergy season to start earlier than normal.
2 years ago
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6th graders compete in forestry events at Hugh MacRae Park

Sixth graders from Ronald-Grise and Murray Middle schools spent the day at Hugh MacRae Park competing in a variety of forestry events Friday.
Dogwood Alliance holds festival to raise awareness of deforestation
3 years ago
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Dogwood Alliance holds festival to raise awareness of deforestation

The Dogwood Alliance held a Forest Festival at Hugh MacRae Park today to call people to action to help save North Carolina forests.
Residents upset over Duke Energy’s tree trimming
3 years ago
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Residents upset over Duke Energy’s tree trimming

Their trees aren't going down without a fight. That's what residents of Live Oak Drive in Wrightsville Beach are saying to Duke Energy.
NCDOT removes 200-year-old tree
3 years ago
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NCDOT removes 200-year-old tree

North Carolina Department of Transportation crews began taking down a 200 year old tree on the corner of Market St. and Cinema Dr. this afternoon as part of the Kerr Ave. project.