Soil and the City, Episode 2: Baggage – A Brief History of New Mexico’s Love Affair with Soil
by Amy Bell, PLA, ASLA, ISA Certified Arborist FBT Architects Landscape Architect his six-part blog series investigates the reasons why we have fallen out of love with soil (or at the very least taken it for granted) and how we can rekindle that relationship through an amended approach to the design and construction of our…Read More
Soil and the City, Episode 1: Can Soil Get its Groove Back?
by Amy Bell, PLA, ASLA, ISA Certified Arborist FBT Architects Landscape Architect This six-part blog series will investigate the reasons why we have fallen out of love with soil (or at the very least taken it for granted) and how we can rekindle that relationship through an amended approach to the design and construction of…Read More
Managing Mature Trees
Guy P. Meilleur, Practicing Arborist, Aerial Consultant @ www.historictreecare.com provides the following information on Managing Mature Trees. West Davis Street in Burlington is lined with willow oak trees planted ~80 years ago. One tree fell over in a storm, so the City looked at management options. 3 trees were removed, and 35 were reduced by…Read More
Thirty Years of Think Trees New Mexico
Just over thirty years ago a couple of idealists (Robert Cox & Bryan Suhr), after hearing Al Shigo and others talking about trees and their care at NUTS I, National Urban Tree Symposium in Denver, thought about doing something similar in Albuquerque. Selling the idea to the director of the Bernalillo County Extension offi ce,…Read More