Forestry Division Monitors For Early Fall Foliage IndicatorsThe forestry division of the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection has been monitoring trees as much of the state remains in the grip of a moderate drought.
Wallingford Faces Lawsuit Over Tree RemovalA group of Wallingford residents is suing the town and its Public Works Director over his decision to remove 29 pear trees along North Main Street.
Ash Borer Moves North In New EnglandState officials have confirmed that an invasive beetle that has beleaguered 18 other states including Massachusetts and Connecticut has been found in New Hampshire.
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Expanded Tree-Cutting Program Aims To Reduce Outages In Next Big StormConnecticut's Department of Transportation and the state's largest electric utility, armed with millions of dollars in extra resources, are both aggressively taking chain saws to many of the state's trees-- the main culprits in last year's storms that left roads blocked and thousands of residents without power for days.
Trees Transformed At Connecticut Historical SocietyThe Connecticut Historical Society has an exciting exhibition on Connecticut trees, including the history of the trees, the significance of these trees, and what happens to city trees when they are cut down.
Look Up! Damage Still Looms From Nor'easterThe electricity may be back on and the downed branches may be stacked by the side of the road -- but Connecticut residents haven't seen the last of the effects of the October nor'easter .
Governor Calls For More Aggressive Tree TrimmingGov. Dannel P. Malloy says state transportation officials must remove trees, limbs and vegetation near state highways more aggressively following extended power outages triggered by last month's storm.
Brutal Beauty: Trees Falling On Parkway VehiclesFalling trees along the historic Merritt Parkway are raising questions about how to better protect motorists.