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Tom Kimmerer

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Here are links to recent news stories about my work:

The beautiful flowering pear trees are taking over, literally

Growing concern: Homeowners looking out for ‘venerable trees’, historic habitat with road expansion looming– Jessamine Journal

Wendell Berry on Venerable Trees – New York Times

Books of the Bluegrass: Ten must-reads by Kentucky authors– Leo Weekly

Venerable Trees a vital book – Bowling Green Daily News

Book event at Western Kentucky University – includes audio

Ginkgo – the beautiful tree that smells like vomit – New Hampshire Public Radio

Tom Eblen: New book explains history, mystery of ancient Bluegrass trees

New UPK book springs with knowledge about Kentucky’s trees

Tom Kimmerer on Lexington’s Venerable Trees (video)

UnCommonwealth: Want to see history? Look up at Lexington’s park trees

Tom Eblen: Award-winning plan that saved giant bur oak seen as a model for other ancient trees

WUKY-FM story about the Old Schoolhouse Lane bur oak (text and audio).

Harrodsburg Road developers try to preserve massive bur oak, which may be 500 years old

When Nature is in Your Schoolyard. Baltimore Sun Letter from Tom Kimmerer about preserving trees on school grounds.

Report: Lexington’s trees cover 25 percent of the city’s core

Lexington residents worry (again) about a 300-year-old bur oak’s future

Hemp has untapped market as biofuel, Pikeville businessman says

Tom Eblen: Everyone can help stop the decline of Lexington’s trees

Tom Eblen: Effort takes root to protect Central Kentucky’s most majestic old trees


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