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The Environmental Outlook: Celebrating And Understanding Our Urban Forests

In this interview on The Diane Rehm Show, Jill Jonnes, historian and author of "Urban Forests: A Natural History of Trees and People in the American Cityscape," mentions John Davey and the impact the Davey Tree Expert Company has had on the development of arboriculture. 

Posted: Oct. 5, 2016 

By Diane Rehm

Transcript

  • 11:06:53

    MS. DIANE REHM

    Thanks for joining us. I'm Diane Rehm. What does a tree mean for a city? Author Jill Jonnes says more than you probably realize. It's good for our personal health and it's really good for the health of our planet. In her new book "Urban Forests," Jonnes explores the natural history of trees in America and looks at what cities today are learning about the value of trees in the modern urban environment. Jill Jonnes joins me in the studio to talk about urban forests.

  • 11:07:29

    MS. DIANE REHM

    And throughout the hour, I'm sure many of you will want to join us, 800-433-8850. Send your email to drshow@wamu.org. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter. Jill, it's good to see you again.

  • 11:07:47

    MS. JILL JONNES

    Well, Diane, it's great to be here in the city of trees, which -- so Washington D.C. has been famous for its trees, really since the mid, late 19th century.

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