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#13: Trees for Wildlife

A common thread that runs through the fabric of America is our love for wildlife. Whether it is a squirrel in a city park or a hovering marsh hawk hunting the edges of a golf course, wildlife is a valued resource that most Americans want to protect and enjoy. But to share our urbanizing country with wildlife takes understanding and planning -- and not surprisingly, trees play an important role..

This illustrated bulletin will show you how to provide food, cover and water for animals. You'll learn what trees to plant and where to plant them to maximize the benefit for wildlife.

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#31: Tree Protection Ordinances

Ordinances can safeguard street trees, assure beautiful landscaping in commercial areas, and prevent woodlands from disappearing as shopping malls and housing tracts spread across the land. Used correctly, ordinances can help provide a high quality environment – without causing undue hardship on developers. This bulletin explains how tree protection and landscape ordinances can provide a community with both practical and aesthetic benefits.

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#1: How to Prune Young Shade Trees

This illustrated, easy-to-follow guide teaches you how to shape and guide a shade tree when it's young so that it is tall, straight, and healthy when it's old. "How to Prune" includes step-by-step drawings showing how proper pruning in the early years of a tree's life can save money in the long run and result in safer, more beautiful, healthy, easy-to-maintain trees. The guide is easy to browse and shows you why tree paint isn't necessary, even on large cuts, how to select and care for pruning tools, and more.

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#7: How to Save Trees During Construction

Saving trees during construction often requires courage by an individual – especially in communities where the common practice is simply to bulldoze everything in sight before construction begins. This bulletin will give you a concise description of the actions you need to take to ensure the health of existing trees long after the sounds of construction fade away.

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#8: Don't Top Trees

Tree topping is the senseless brutalizing of older trees. It brings about the disfiguration of America´s forest, striking some communities like a plague. Many communities top trees because they grow into wires, interfere with views or solar collectors, or simply grow too large. This issue will help you learn the proper way to manage tree growth.

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This publication should not be edited or changed in any way without the permission of the Arbor Day Foundation. Distribution and copies of this publication are prohibited.

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