‘Trees of Tennessee’ features landmark, notable trees
Hardcover coffee table book with 128 full-color pages
Introduction by TUFC co-founder Gene Hyde
More than 150 images and 68 notable, champion, landmark, historic, and heritage trees
Fascinating facts about notable tree species
Legends and tales of landmark and historic trees
East, Middle, West Tennessee sections
Proceeds to benefit TUFC programs for healthy and sustainable urban and community forests in Tennessee
Middle Tennessee landscape management course is January 13-14
The Middle Tennessee Landscape Management Shortcourse is January 13-14 at the Williamson County Ag Expo Center.
The lineup features green industry and Extension speakers on urban forestry, business management, plant pathology, insects, and turf management.
Pesticide and ISA CEU points are available. Registration is $100 for both days or $75 for one and includes lunch. Deadline is January 6.
Emerald ash borer update
39 counties including Davidson are now under state/federal quarantine.
EAB cannot be contained, and all ash species are at risk of dying.
Significant ash trees can sometimes be saved with permanent chemical treatments, if diagnosed early.
The most important way to slow the spread of EAB is to stop moving firewood.