Map from the Environmental Affairs Board ‘Recommendations On Sustaining a Healthy Urban Forest In Durham, N.C.” shows the percentage of tree-canopy coverage in different parts of the city. The red tracts at center are downtown and the Southside East/Fayetteville Street area just to the southeast.
Map from the Environmental Affairs Board ‘Recommendations On Sustaining a Healthy Urban Forest In Durham, N.C.” shows the percentage of tree-canopy coverage in different parts of the city. The red tracts at center are downtown and the Southside East/Fayetteville Street area just to the southeast. Durham Environmental Affairs Board
Map from the Environmental Affairs Board ‘Recommendations On Sustaining a Healthy Urban Forest In Durham, N.C.” shows the percentage of tree-canopy coverage in different parts of the city. The red tracts at center are downtown and the Southside East/Fayetteville Street area just to the southeast. Durham Environmental Affairs Board

Durham tree canopy at ‘critical juncture’

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