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How To Save Buried Root Systems

How To Save Buried Root Systems

The ground does not move… or does it? Well, the soil does. And, a lot more than you’d think. Things like construction, digging, mudslides, storms, and other extreme weather conditions, etc. move the soil around a lot. But, moving soil is bad news for...
What Causes Girdled Roots In Trees?

What Causes Girdled Roots In Trees?

Okay, first things first – what exactly are girdled roots? Well, put very simply – girdled roots are just those roots of a plant (which in this case is a tree) that grow either on or just below the surface of the ground. The thing that is very different...
The Decline Of Oak Tree Species

The Decline Of Oak Tree Species

Oak trees are one of the most common types of trees found in North America. They are gentle giants that live long and adapt well. But, sadly, their species is dying out. Increasing global temperatures coupled with other environmental factors like extremely high...
Why Your Environmental Blog Is a Mistake

Why Your Environmental Blog Is a Mistake

Along these lines, you’re an ecological association and you have a blog. Breathtaking. You presumably figure your ecological blog ought to be about the earth. In any case, you’d not be right. Except if you are a blog that is composed by columnists who...