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New tree inventory improves University’s ecological resources

This article from The Daily Texan tells readers about the tree inventory the Davey Resource Group is conducting at the University of Texas at Austin. 

Posted: Sept. 28, 2016 

By Will Clark

A Himalayan deodar cedar, transported to UT in 1893, stands 58 feet tall in front of the historic Littlefield House. Droves of students walk by it every day, many unaware of the history of the tree, the largest of its kind in Texas. But information about every tree on campus will soon be available to members of the UT community through an interactive platform called My Tree Keeper.

UT partnered with the Davey Tree Expert Company to catalog every tree on campus, 3,835 trees in total. They will provide data about the tree’s health and history that will be accessible on the My Tree Keeper website in mid-November.

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