When a man plants a tree he plants himself. Every root is an anchor, over which he rests with grateful interest, and becomes sufficiently calm to feel the joy of living.
John Muir (letter to Jeanne Carr, 9 April 1879)
The History of Pruning
Seeking the True Cedars
. . . . we tried to find guides to take us across the border into Algeria. . . . .
The Tree People Book List
Measuring the Global champion London Planetree: 2023
Earth Day 2023
HOW TO GROW YOUR CANOPY
Some people have inquired about our qualifications. It’s a long story . . . . .
ThE FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS OF CANOPY THINNING
By Bruce W. Hagen
Who Would Pay $35,000 for a single tree!?
The Four D’s
THE FIVE F’S
what is the proper response to HATRACKING?
Our trees are part of our history, and of our natural and cultural landscape. Tree People of Walla Walla seeks to secure these ecosystems through . . . .
AN INTERACTIVE MAP OF OUR GIANT SEQUOIAS
The most influential environmental novel of the 20th century.
RECOMMENDED STREET TREES FOR EASTERN WASHINGTON
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