Things We Heart – July 2016 Edition

We’ve rounded up some of the best tree stuff on the web for your enjoyment. Check out this month’s highlights below:

National Tree Benefit Calculator.
The Tree Benefit Calculator allows anyone to make a simple estimation of the benefits individual street-side trees provide. With inputs of location, species and tree size, users will get an understanding of the environmental and economic value trees provide on an annual basis.
Read it now!

Tree from Minecraft Found to Be the Tallest in the Tropics.
It’s a Yellow Meranti tree in a forest in Malaysia, and tops out at around 293 feet. That’s just a few yards shorter than London’s Big Ben.
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Identify Any Tree in New York City with This Map.
Using the last tree census data (yes, there’s a tree census) from 2005, Brooklyn-based web developer Jill Hubley created an incredibly detailed map of all of the street trees in New York City.
Read it now!

3 thoughts on “Things We Heart – July 2016 Edition

  • September 27, 2016 at 4:53 pm
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    Nice article! Never heard of a ‘tree benefit calculator’ before…very interesting!

    – Josh

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  • August 13, 2016 at 2:02 pm
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    great article! very informative information.

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  • July 13, 2016 at 10:21 pm
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    Very nice article. I enjoyed everything I read; excellent information. Top Tree Service has arborists in Victoria BC that read your posts weekly, authoritative content is always nice to read and we appreciate your posts!

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