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L.A. Has a ‘Canopy Equity’ Problem. A New Program Is Setting Out to Fix It
Los Angeles confronts its shady divide
LA Residents: How to Get Free Trees and Improve Your Health
LA’s secret garden is in Griffith Park
Student-Led Mapping Locates Areas in Los Angeles in Need of Shade Equity
A Plan to Grow 90,000 Trees in Los Angeles
Los Angeles’ free tree giveaway for yards and streets hopes to bring 90,000 new plantings
LA Plans to plant 90,000 trees in two years – What can we learn from its oldest trees?
‘Turn Off the Sunshine’: Why Shade Is a Mark of Privilege in Los Angeles
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
Dodgers celebrate Earth Day
Los Angeles’ legendary palm trees are dying – and few will be replaced
Will America’s infrastructure investment withstand future disasters?
How LA is replenishing Elysian Park’s tree canopy
As the climate changes, city trees will need replacing with more resilient species
The Radical Plan to Cool Down LA as the World Heats Up
L.A.’s trees are more essential than ever. The city needs to start treating them that way.