29 February 2016

Drought policies impacting trees

The Washington Post says that California's trees are starting to feel the impacts of the State's water policies:

Trees are stressed and wilting from water loss in high heat. Leaves and limbs of redwoods, oaks, magnolias and other species are dropping, arborists say. Urban trees are joining the 12.5 million wild trees that died last year, according to the U.S. Forest Service.

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