Yearly archives: 2012




For all the tree lovers that we’re sure are as bitterly disappointed as we are at OUFC -a heartbreaking news story. BY DON SCALLEN BLOGS, NOTES FROM THE WILD, November 13, 2012 http://www.inthehills.ca/2012/11/blogs/the-death-of-a-tree/ Denuded and sterilized, the land waits sullenly for the homes and strip malls that characterize the inexorable expansion of Brampton. Two […]

The Death of a Tree



November 8th, 2012 by Alex Cimon http://www.americanforests.org/blog/counting-their-losses/ In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, assessing the damage has become a priority. After a storm in which millions of people lost power and the streets of New York and New Jersey were shut down, it is clear that much of the East Coast has […]

Counting Their Losses


Mayor Rick Goldring wants to hear from his constituents about Burlingtons UFMP (Urban Forest Management Plan) before the Nov. 14th Community Services Committee Meeting. Update: Urban Forest Management Plan and Tree By-law Discussion November 8, 2012 Over the past year I have heard from many residents with concerns about the […]

Burlington Mayor blogs about Urban Forest Management & Tree by-laws