Gallery: NYC Announces It Is More Than Doubling Its Tree Care Budget

New York is home to 600,000 million street trees, which help keep the city’s air clean and add character to the diverse neighborhoods across the five boroughs. But trees need plenty of TLC, and for years many of them were neglected as the city extended the city’s pruning rotation from every seven years to 15 years for each tree. Luckily all of that is now changing as the City Council announced last week that it has added $2 million to NYC’s tree care budget.

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  1. dsr July 9, 2012 at 11:27 am

    Six Hundred Thousand Million Trees?