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Following the black walnut court case

Following the black walnut court case

A trial date was set today in the case of a Champlain Park property owner and local contractor charged with violating Ottawa’s Urban Tree Conservation Bylaw. The tree that prompted Forestry Services to proceed with charges is a black walnut. Estimated to be 90 years old, viagra it grew at the north end of Daniel Avenue. The accused first appeared… Read more →

Going nutty on Jan. 18

England’s National Trust protects historic places and green spaces in the UK, viagra 40mg including the apple tree at Sir Issac Newton’s home in Woolsthorpe Manor in Lincolnshire that is said to have inspired his theory of gravity. Is this the yardstick against which Ottawa’s heritage trees are to be measured, or do we have our own natural and human history… Read more →

Beyond Sir Issac Newton

Beyond Sir Issac Newton

England’s National Trust protects historic places and green spaces in the UK, for sale including the apple tree at Sir Issac Newton’s home in Woolsthorpe Manor in Lincolnshire that is said to have inspired his theory of gravity. Is this the yardstick against which Ottawa’s heritage trees are to be measured, approved or do we have our own natural and human… Read more →

Local news coverage unveils the story

The camera does not do justice to the way this bur oak towers over a neighbour’s backyard. What it does accurately depict is how the “bones” of a tree are more visible in winter. This bur oak is a beauty–one of 24 distinctive trees that thrive in Champlain Park. Steph Willems of Ottawa West News has captured the essence of… Read more →