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TREE OF THE MONTH
Burnett-Thomas Garden Holly
This American holly is the remnant of the Burnett Garden, named after the 1784 co-founders of Pittman Center, the Appalachian community.
The campus in Jackson is a new Level 1 with more than 40 labeled trees.
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What Tree Is That?
This 164-page pocket field guide takes a step-by-step approach using full-color botanical illustrations to identify 250 common trees in the eastern United States.
Emerald ash borer
59 counties including Davidson are now under state/federal quarantine.
EAB cannot be contained, and all ash species are at risk of dying.
Significant trees can sometimes be saved with annual chemical treatments, if diagnosed early.
The most important way to slow the spread of EAB is to stop moving firewood.
Make your home a tree sanctuary
You can now designate your property as a tree sanctuary with TUFC’s new program for residences.
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