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Managing the urban forest

Original post made on May 21, 2011

If a tree falls in Palo Alto's urban forest when no one is around, will anyone know? With the debut of the city's $156,894 TreeKeeper, an inventory of Palo Alto's estimated 36,000 street and park trees, the answer is, "Yes." The database, completed by contractor Davey Resource Group in April, is a tool to help arborists manage the city's beloved trees.

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