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Invasive Plant Replacement

Invasive Plant Replacement

Introduction Invasive plants are non-native species that threaten natural areas by altering the native biodiversity found in our forests, savannas, grasslands, prairies, and wetlands. Invasive plants and habitat destruction are the greatest threats to natural areas....

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Drought & Trees

Drought & Trees

Under-watering and over-watering Applying the proper amount of water is important to tree and shrub health. Under-watering causes a decline in the growth and health of trees and shrubs. Over-watering is wasteful and can be just as harmful to tree and shrub health as...

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TOPPING TREES IS WRONG

TOPPING TREES IS WRONG

All trees have very unique structural characteristics which serve to provide the tree with the best possible chance of obtaining sunlight. A tree, grown wild, in a forest will develop a very different form from a tree placed in the middle of a suburban front yard....

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April Newsletter

April Newsletter

April Canopy News….Yes, the Cicadas are coming! And according to the University of Kentucky’s Extension Specialists, the northern Kentucky counties located along the Ohio River west of Cincinnati have the potential for a large amount of cicadas emerging in late April...

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