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On October 17, 2019, 80 participants gathered in McCook,...
Dan Kostka | Dec 12, 2019
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A new book provides a comprehensive guide to the skills and...
Gert Fortgens | Dec 11, 2019
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During the month of October, I am posting daily tweets...
Andrew Hipp | Oct 12, 2019

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Quercus ×ludoviciana is a naturally occurring oak hybrid from southeastern United States, which has flourished and attracted attention in...

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Damaged scrub oak habitat in central Florida is being restored—one acorn at a time.
The aim of this brief essay by Francisco Vázquez is to set out the more frequently encountered morphological variations in the genus ...
In collaboration with BGCI and the IUCN/SSC Global Tree Specialist Group, The Morton Arboretum has launched a project to complete threat...
An Estonian oak that stands in the middle of a sports stadium has won the European Tree of the Year contest.
Scientists from The Morton Arboretum and Chicago Botanic Garden are  conducting a conservation genetics project to compare levels of...
Centenary celebrations related to the First World War (1914-1918) will be taking place throughout the 2014-2018 period, but 2015 will...
A brief survey of notable oaks at Anlaby, currently the largest collection of National Trust registered heritage trees in one location...
by Francisco Garín and José Almandoz Jardín Botánico de Iturraran, Spain Originally published in Oak News & Notes, Vol. 19, No. 1
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A Mediterranean oak with a long-standing relationship with humanity.
An English oak planted in Adelaide, Australia, shortly after the outbreak of World War 1, may be the first living memorial of the Great War...
Oak by Peter Young: the second volume of a series intended to integrate horticultural and botanical writing with a broader account of the...
IOS Board member Gert Fortgens welcomed around 30 participants to a most enjoyable two-day "Oak Open Days" event at Trompenburg Arboretum...

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