Building Greener Neighborhoods: Trees as Part of the Plan
Studies show that developed lots with trees sell for 20 - 30 percent more! This new book shows how to create a tree conservation plan to guide land planning, work with existing topography and reduce development costs; conserve existing trees, select which trees to save, plant, remove, or transplant; earn awards for tree conservation efforts and create a positive public image.
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How a Tree Works
Trees as Part of the Plan
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