Crown Shyness

Buzzwords: Crown Shyness Crown shyness = phenomenon whereby individual tree crowns avoid overlap or touch, forming striking canopy patterns. Embedded Tweets Word(s) of the day: “crown shyness” – phenomenon whereby individual tree crowns avoid overlap or touch, forming striking canopy patterns. pic.twitter.com/BA38kXBdA0 — Robert Macfarlane (@RobGMacfarlane) August 9, 2017 Photos Planeta.com Forests Trees

Heart of the City Conference

Calgary, Canada – Monday, March 6 join the livestream of Park People’s Heart of the City Conference, Canada’s first-ever gathering of national city park champions. Learn from leaders shaping the future of city parks across North America. Access the stream online https://live.hosted.events/Heartofthecity Heart of the City is hosted by Park People (@Park_People ) an independent charity that builds …

Mexico Celebrates National Tree Day #DiaDelArbol

Among our favorite floating date holidays: Mexican Tree Day. In Mexico, the second Thursday of July is Mexican Tree Day, from the 1959 decree by President Adolfo Lopez Mateos. En México, el segundo jueves de julio es el Día del Árbol Mexicano,   a partir del decreto de 1959, del presidente Adolfo López Mateos. Hashtag: #DiaDelArbol Embedded …