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Tree Week: Notable Georgetown Trees

To wrap up Tree Week here at the Georgetown Metropolitan, GM thought he’d highlight some special trees we have around the village. The P St. Redwoods: As detailed in a recent CAG newsletter, there are a group of four Chinese … Continue reading

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Tree Week: The Don’ts

Yesterday GM went over all the things you ought to be doing to help out our street trees. Today he’ll take up the slightly less pleasant task of going over all the things people do that they really ought not … Continue reading

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Tree Week: The Do’s

Watering boy by Jon Hayes Photography. As promised Monday, today for Tree Week GM will address the “do’s” of caring for our precious street trees. ¬†You’ll see pretty quickly that the do’s make up a short list, so you don’t … Continue reading

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Tree Week: The Good Work of Trees For Georgetown

Welcome back to day two of Tree Week here at the Georgetown Metropolitan. Today GM would like to spend a little time letting you know of all the good work that Trees For Georgetown does to improve and sustain Georgetown’s … Continue reading

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Welcome to Tree Week

Tree-lined streets are one of the most often mentioned features that people associate with Georgetown. And it’s for good reason. Georgetown wouldn’t be what it is were it denuded of its beautiful tree canopy. Yet, beyond merely associating Georgetown with … Continue reading

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How to Care for Our Street Trees

Watering boy by Jon Hayes Photography. With the onset of summer weather, GM thought it wise to reprint the “Dos” and “Don’ts” of tree care that he ran last year. So without further ado, all the things you ought to … Continue reading

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ANC Round Up: Holy Crepe Edition

Peach Crepes by sonicwalker. The ANC met for its May session last night. Heavy on liquor discussions and mercifully short on residential permit issues, the meeting was a lively one. But are you even reading this or are just thinking … Continue reading

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