Monthly archives: November 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 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 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