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Conservationists clone massive redwood tree stumps to fight climate change
How Do You Measure The Amount Of Carbon In A Tree?
'Test tube trees': An insurance policy against extinction?
Cemeteries are the perfect spot to track our planet’s demise
Extreme Botany: The Precarious Science of Endangered Rare Plants
Forest study in China finds mix of trees can absorb twice as much carbon as areas with one species
Hygroscopic aerosols linked to forest decline
A new map reveals the causes of forest loss worldwide
Some of Washington's biggest trees are mysteriously dying
Researchers develop new approach to conserving tree species
BGCI's second technical review now available online
How to plant a trillion trees
Restrictions on oak imports introduced to guard against pests
How climate change will affect the trees on your Chicago block: 'It’s about to get a lot tougher.'
Rhododendron? Hydrangea? America Doesn’t Know Anymore
Despite Deforestation, Earth Is Gaining Trees As Land Use Changes
An arboreal murder mystery: What is killing beech trees?
The plan to save one of Australia's rarest plants
State asks landowners to help restore shortleaf pine to Pinelands
Iconic Trees in Spotlight at Polly Hill
Eye-in-the-sky to save olive trees
Elmhurst College groundskeeper shows some of the 900 trees making up the campus' certified arboretum
Tollway trees for public good
Pine-killing southern beetle may be more deadly as it moves north
Why is Woodlawn Cemetery carving its trees into animals?
Ball State's arboretum, new gardens beckon community
Hunt for Trolls at new Morton Arboretum exhibit
Tall Amazonian forests are less sensitive to precipitation variability
Campaign branches out to protect UK's mighty oaks
Tree tags in Arboretum soon to appear on trees downtown
Chicago area scientists are saving the world’s trees
New research sheds light on why certain oaks are found together
South London Botanical Institute to visit the Botanic Garden of Rome as part of new botanical exchange partnershipBGCI
Congratulations to Chipper Wichman, recipient of GCA’s Medal of Honor, 2018
Just one spore could kill Europe's last ash trees
South London Botanical Institute to visit the Botanic Garden of Rome as part of new botanical exchange partnership
For Endangered Florida Tree, How Far to Go to Save a Species?
U.S. Tree Collections and Conservation: 2018 Gap Analyses
Tree rings tell tale of drought in Mongolia over the last 2,000 years
How trees coexist: Understanding biodiversity