On being a good steward to our planet, give your trees a drink. CBS 5 had a piece on The Urban Forestry Division’s advice on winter winds can dry out the soil and plants, and leave our trees and shrubs needing water. Most don’t think of them as growing this time of year but they do need …
What do you have planned for Earth Day 2016? Around Cheyenne there are lots of things we can all do to help make our planet a nicer place to live, from recycling to planting. Check out our list of five ideas for Earth Day.
Have you noticed all the bird nests in Cheyenne's bare trees? One of the benefits of having four seasons is watching all the changes the trees go through, in the winter you can easily see the bird nests usually hidden by the leaves.
According to historians, Arbor Day was first placed on April 10, 1872 in Nebraska. It was from the vision of Julius Sterling Morton (1832-1902) who was a Nebraska journalist and politician originally from the state of Michigan.