A public Trees Over Durham forum is scheduled Tuesday, April 25 to discuss a future plan for Durham trees. Tree advocates want to ensure that city has a plan that maintains Durham’s canopy and provides for the planting of trees in poor neighborhoods, which historically haven’t benefited from tree canopies.
A public Trees Over Durham forum is scheduled Tuesday, April 25 to discuss a future plan for Durham trees. Tree advocates want to ensure that city has a plan that maintains Durham’s canopy and provides for the planting of trees in poor neighborhoods, which historically haven’t benefited from tree canopies. John Rottet The News and Observer, file photo
A public Trees Over Durham forum is scheduled Tuesday, April 25 to discuss a future plan for Durham trees. Tree advocates want to ensure that city has a plan that maintains Durham’s canopy and provides for the planting of trees in poor neighborhoods, which historically haven’t benefited from tree canopies. John Rottet The News and Observer, file photo

Tree forum advocates seek to establish vision for city canopies

April 21, 2017 06:45 AM

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