Nature

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Giving Back to the Giving Trees: How Sandy City Nurtures Its Forests

The United States Forest Service has found that cities all over the country are losing their urban forests. According to the study, America is losing 36 million trees per year. Sometimes this is due to natural occurrences, like storms or tornados. Sometimes it’s because of responsible and necessary expert tree removal. Fires, pests, and diseases

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Wood waste

Why Recycling Wood Waste is Important

Wood is one of the most recyclable materials the planet has to offer but due to its finite nature, it is important to understand its value and protect its source from deforestation. In industries where wood is commonly used, like wood-processing, construction and manufacturing, it is inevitable that scraps and pieces of wood may be

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Understanding Tree Transplanting and Its Benefits

There is a variety of reasons a tree should be moved from its place: it’s starting to attract insects that destroy the property, the root system is getting too big to manage, or the growth is limiting the resources that other plants in the vicinity need. In most cases, people would suggest cutting it down

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Beautiful Garden With Bench And Little Pond

Home Meets Nature: Eco-Landscaping Principles for Your Property

Landscape design is changing and heading toward the “green” revolution. Ecological landscaping is evolving to cater to the natural rhythm of the environment and adopting green infrastructure to it. Even desert or arid countries such as Dubai are employing ecological concepts to landscape their backyards for a greener 2020. Whether you’re part of the millions

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