Finding good use for damaged trees

Smelling of wood chips and with trucks rumbling by full of tree limbs, the former golf range at Gerrard Street and Victoria Park Avenue felt like a sawmill yard last week. Converted into a temporary holding site for waste wood, it is now part of Toronto’s $75 million clean-up from the December ice storm. But […]

If an ash tree falls in the city…

They’re green. They hail from Asia. And their babies kill trees – lots of trees. The Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) is a beetle that is largely responsible for the annihilation of the city’s ash trees. It was first discovered in Windsor in 2002 and had made its way to Toronto by 2007. The City of […]