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NOOGAtoday: A Community Project To Grow Urban Tree Canopy

A tulip poplar planted as part of the project.
A tulip poplar planted as part of the project.

How can Chattanooga add to its tree canopy - the part of the city shaded by trees?

One answer comes from the Rotary Tree Towns project - thanks in part to research here on our campus: the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

Haley Bartlett and Kristen Templeton are with NOOGAtoday.

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