Tag Archives: Neighborhood nature

Tree Rescue for the Sledding-Hill Woods

Ten Sligo Woods neighbors successfully rescued a number of trees along the south side of the sledding hill.  These threatened trees—mainly maples and tuliptrees—had been overgrown by porcelainberry, an invasive vine that climbs up the trunk and branches, and eventually … Continue reading

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Tree Walk, Fall 2019

A group of fifteen strolled up Tenbrook Drive, looking at the preponderance of streetside silver (shown here) and red maples, augmented by more tree and shrub diversity in yards.  We  admired  a fine  sycamore,  with  its  multi-colored  bark, as  we … Continue reading

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Fall Meeting with Guest Speaker about Trees

Monday, September 17, 2018; 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Come discover what is happening in our neighborhood–news about welcoming new neighbors, the just completed community yard sale and tree walk, and the ongoing SLIGO WOODS sign landscaping project.  Find out more … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Tree Walk, 2018

Saturday afternoon (9/15/2018), fourteen people gathered for an hour to enjoy trees and learn more about the kinds we have in Sligo Woods.  We walked about a mile through the neighborhood, sharing questions and insights: learning the look of the … Continue reading

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