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Windsor Climate Action Climate Change & Forest Health 1/21/2021 - Shared screen with speaker view
maureen
56:49
Jim, can you address what is happening to our trees in town especially along Broad st. We seem to have lost many large tress in the last few years
Ken M
01:03:33
Thanks for the presentation, Jim. Question: who is the current tree warden for Windsor?
lea's iPhone
01:04:11
questions: is it better to plant one tree or should we really be planting a grove??
Eric Weiner
01:04:48
How does the Connecticut-wide tree planting effort compare to Windsor? Is there anything you would like to see done at the state level to better prepare CT for the effects of climate change?
lea's iPhone
01:05:54
In the brown areas, where there is unused parking, can we plant trees as a grove? The tarmac will absorb heat & effect the trees so perhaps grass should also be planted?
lea's iPhone
01:06:59
I have been wanting to ask a very rich person for a contribution for trees. WHICH variety or varieties are best for global warming?
Ken M
01:07:30
Name spelling, please for tree warden?
lea's iPhone
01:07:38
We cannot limit ourselves to Windsor since we are effected by other states
maureen
01:08:09
Thanks Jim for that answer. Can you tell us which are the best trees to plant with the advance of Climate Change?
lea's iPhone
01:08:38
We have bag worms here now. I intend to write something up about this. any input Jim? thank you thank you.
lea's iPhone
01:08:52
so we should plant more than one
Joe McAuliffe
01:09:09
Mile Giacomazzi, Tree Warden
Donna Grossman
01:09:11
Do you recommend planting trees native to our area (as opposed to bringing in new species)? What trees would you recommend planting?
Joe McAuliffe
01:09:29
Mike not Mile
Ken M
01:10:12
Thanks, Joe.
Lisa Bress
01:10:36
Thank you for sharing your knowledge, Jim.
Judy Cooke
01:11:37
When do you know when it's time to take down a tree? I have couple that are about 60 or 70 feet tall and don't look so great.
Lisa Bress
01:12:13
That was my question Jim!
Lisa Bress
01:12:37
how do we make sure trees are included in town plans like the road diet?
lea's iPhone
01:14:50
sorry. rather than grass should be wild local native plants
Liz Yetman
01:16:51
what types of trees can we plant in parking lots to reduce urban heat sinks
Lisa Bress
01:18:22
Weeping Willow is my favorite tree. :)
lea's iPhone
01:18:53
but fon’t willows have shallow roots and easily come down in high winds
lea's iPhone
01:24:45
so service berries, native to new England, would be great berry trees to grow?
Eric Weiner
01:28:30
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zelkova_serrata
Liz Yetman
01:29:29
looking for a tree to replace an old maple in full sun that will not grow to tall and block solar panels
Judy Cooke
01:31:15
Good question Liz. I want to know too.
Donna Grossman
01:32:03
Jim remembers the trees he has put in better than I remember stuff about my kids!
Eric Weiner
01:32:13
http://hort.uconn.edu/
Joe McAuliffe
01:32:40
Thanks Jim!!!
Eric Weiner
01:32:54
Great job, Jim. Thanks so much.
Ayana
01:32:56
Great job!
jane garibay
01:33:47
Thank you Jim! You are a wealth of Knowledge!
Nuchette Black-Burke
01:34:20
Thank You Jim!