Monthly Archives for September 2018

Camilla Cook — Tree Inventory Update #9

I inventoried Blocks 18, 19, and 20 in Cluster 5, totaling 29 trees on these blocks. Overall, there were minimal visual indicators of poor health (i.e. drought, pest/disease, crown dieback) which is a good thing! However, I have noticed throughout Cluster 5 (and maybe this occurred in other Clusters but I was unaware) that varieties […]

Reflecting on Summer: Camilla Cook

When I began my tree inventory in late May, I didn’t know much about Homewood and lacked some knowledge/experience in conducting a tree survey of a community. However, as the months passed, all of that changed. I learned about and experienced the significant passion the community has for change and continual progress in their neighborhood. […]