RETREET redefines disaster relief by engaging communities to replant lost trees.
SUNDAY SHOW & TELL vol.115
A rather strange mystery has developed in Midtown Omaha. Who is stabbing trees in public parks with meat-wrapped knives, and why?
STABBING TREES WITH MEAT? (video)
Over the past 25 years, a fascinating transition has taken place in areas of England that were absolutely decimated by mining operations. It's incredible to see what a few million saplings can do given the right amount of time.
FIXING A BROKEN LANDSCAPE (article)
Is your city one of the most bicycle friendly in the US? Click the link below to find out!
THE BEST BIKE CITIES IN NORTH AMERICA (article)
Have you ever wondered what a squirrel sees as it zips through the trees? Well, one inquisitive individual grabbed a GoPro and took it on a canopy tour. This is a really fun video to watch.
A SQUIRREL TAKES US ON A TOUR OF THE TREES (video)
SUNDAY SHOW & TELL vol.4
The anniversary of Hurricane Sandy brought stark reminders that the recovery process for those affected will last for years and that the urban forest will take the longest to replace of all that was lost. That being said, we are happy to have planted 14 new purple locusts at home sites in Belle Harbor, Queens over the weekend.
Our first entry in this week's Sunday Show & Tell is a video shot by a group of cyclists who rode into the storm surge. Then, a series of photos really puts the recovery process into perspective. In commemoration of JFK Groves, which also took place this weekend, we have an archival film of the President planting a tree in Canada in 1961.
reTREEters planting purple locusts in Belle Harbor Queens during Sandy Anniversary Planting.
Belle Harbor, Queens, two weeks after Hurricane Sandy