Daily archives: June 7, 2014

JAMES BRADSHAW From Saturday’s Globe and Mail (Includes Correction) Published Friday, Apr. 01 2011, 8:19 PM EDT Last updated Thursday, Aug. 23 2012, 4:50 PM EDT After 104 years of seeing the forest for the trees, dwindling enrolment has left the future of the faculty of forestry at the University of Toronto […]

U of T’s Forestry School Faces The Axe

Adrina Bardekjian, MFC, PhD Candidate Faculty of Environmental Studies, York University Canadian Urban Forest Network, Ontario Representative www.adrina.ca abard@yorku.ca The following article was published in The Professional Forester the official publication of the OPFA Sept 2011 Number 203 As I was reading the initial responses to Bradshaw’s (2011) article in […]

Of Remnants and Reveries

Mulching is a great way to suppress weeds and conserve moisture. But toxic liquids and gasses can form in improperly prepared or stored wood-chip and bark mulch. They can kill your plants if you’re not careful. The best way to prevent this problem is to smell your mulch before applying it. If […]

Beware Of Toxic Mulch

This story is too good not to share. Here is the link to a very inspiring organization. http://blog.ancienttreearchive.org/?p=398  Archangel Ancient Tree Archive is a not for profit whose mission is to collect and archive ancient tree genetics from the wild. ADVENTURE! TRAVEL! SEX! I’m Leslie, one of the Founders, and I’m just back […]

Ancient Tree Archive Story