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Trees are part of the urban landscape and enhance our lives in so many ways. Check out these clips of TreeCareLA talking about what we love. 

LA Trees and the Drought

October 2014 by Saul Gonzalez - There are millions of trees in Los Angeles, but a growing number of them, both native and non-native, are endangered by the drought, vulnerable to decay, pests and disease as they go without...  (click here to listen)

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Go Climb a Tree

April 2006 by Barbara Bogaev and Bill Radke - Tree climbing is a lot more sophisticated these days than when you clambered to the top of one as a child...  (scroll to the bottom to see and hear our story)

How Far Would You Go To Save a Tree

November 2006 by Karina Nordbak and Nick Araya - Most arborists would agree that a storm-damaged tree lying on a client’s front lawn should quickly end up... (scroll to page 12 to see the rest of the story)

28 Things to Prepare for El Niño

October 2015 by Carol Crotta -  If El Niño rainfall predictions are correct, this fall and winter could be the answer to drought-relief prayers. As with everything in life, however, be careful what you wish for... (scroll to #20 to see the best part of the article)

Preparing for El Niño's storms in Los Angeles

December 28, 2015 by Andy Uhler - Giant palm fronds litter the streets and sidewalks of the Hollywood Hills every winter in Los Angeles. Winds pick up steam and ... (click here to listen)

Sunset Pacific Motel Coated White by Artist

April 2015 by Marc Cota-Robles -  A French artist visits Los Angeles for his large-scale project: painting 80 foot tall palm trees entirely white. Guess who he hired to paint the trees?!... (click here to see for yourself)

Big Trees : Giants Among Us

May 2015 by Nan Sterman -  In this episode, we search out some of the champion trees listed on the California Big Tree Registry. ...All the way to Los Angeles where, with the help of a big tree hunter, we climb a giant... (click here to watch the episode)