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Keeping trees as assetsAuthor(s): Kevin T. Smith
Source: The Landsculptor. January. 33-36.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionLandscape trees have real value and contribute to making livable communities. Making the most of that value requires providing trees with the proper care and attention. As potentially large and long-lived organisms, trees benefit from commitment to regular care that respects the natural tree system. This system captures, transforms, and uses energy to survive, grow, and reproduce.
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CitationSmith, Kevin T. 2009. Keeping trees as assets. The Landsculptor. January. 33-36.
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