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Tree Damage from Storm

Tree Damage from Storm

Many trees need after-storm care. For information about how to properly treat your tree after a storm, basic pruning guidelines, and more on tree care, visit http://mdc.mo.gov/category/special-grouping/trees-work/tree-care-and-maintenance  

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Tree Killers in Our Yards

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Lawn mowers and string trimmers can damage the bark of trees.

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TreePlanting

Tree Planting

The Missouri Department of Conservation invites homeowners to a FREE workshop on tree care -- including planting and pruning -- at 9 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 4, at Huckleberry Park Pavilion in Hannibal.

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Tree Planting

Tree Planting

The Missouri Department of Conservation encourages people to celebrate the value of Missouri trees and forests during Arbor Days in April by planting native trees and practicing proper tree care.

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Tree Planting Breakthrough!

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I propose that Missourians change the way that we plant trees.

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Kansas City area community tree plantings

Tree planting events benefit KC area parks

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Tree Resource Improvement and Maintenance (TRIM) Grant

Get up to $10,000 to manage, improve, or conserve your Missouri community's trees. Deadline is June 3.

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Tree Revetments Stabilize Stream Banks

A tree revetment, made by anchoring trees along a stream bank, is an inexpensive, effective way of stopping stream bank erosion.

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This brief, illustrated guide shows you when to water, mulch, pest-monitor, fertilize, stake and prune your Missouri trees.

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The roots of a toppled oak tree form a jagged vertical rosette.

Trees may need special attention after wet spring

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Imagine how difficult rainy weather would be for you if you breathed through your feet.

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