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Student-Led Mapping Locates Areas in Los Angeles in Need of Shade Equity

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A Plan to Grow 90,000 Trees in Los Angeles

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Los Angeles’ free tree giveaway for yards and streets hopes to bring 90,000 new plantings

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LA Plans to plant 90,000 trees in two years – What can we learn from its oldest trees?

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‘Turn Off the Sunshine’: Why Shade Is a Mark of Privilege in Los Angeles

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City of Los Angeles, 400 volunteers plant 182 trees in Van Nuys

L.A.’s urban forest needs you: How to help green your street or yard

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L.A.’s trees are more essential than ever. The city needs to start treating them that way.

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What you need to know about LA’s urban heat problem

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Los Angeles is trying to cool the city by giving residents free trees

Dodgers celebrate Earth Day

Los Angeles’ legendary palm trees are dying – and few will be replaced

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Will America’s infrastructure investment withstand future disasters?

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How LA is replenishing Elysian Park’s tree canopy

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As the climate changes, city trees will need replacing with more resilient species

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The Radical Plan to Cool Down LA as the World Heats Up

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Urban Tree Canopy Benefits LA Communities, Some More Than Others

Aerial View of LA Neighborhoods Reveals Tree Disparities

The Story Behind Los Angeles’ Beautiful, Ephemeral Jacaranda Blooms

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Arbor Day in South LA

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