Know Your City’s Trees! April Contest

Where in South Boston is this tree?  This is a good example of a larger, mature street tree.  Even without its leaves in the winter, it lends a pleasant natural canopy to a street scene that otherwise is largely paved over.

Street trees require regular care as they are outside their natural habitat.  Tree pits (those small patches of soil where street trees are planted) need to be cleaned, weeded and aerated.

Tech Networks of Boston supports the preservation of mature urban trees, which make neighborhoods more pleasant, filter our air and water, and moderate temperatures.  We hope you’ll use this contest as a fun way to get to know your city’s trees!

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  1. To win the contest, you will need to leave a contact e-mail address or phone number with your post so that we can get in touch with you. Enter by posting a comment here. The prize will go to the first correct answer whose author we are able to contact! We’ve had winners every month so far. Will you be the winner this month?

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