ICTrees Tries To Make Up for Wichita Tree Deficit
When Euel Reed looks at Wichita’s landscape these days, “it’s kind of barren, to be honest with you,” he says. And it’s not just because Reed just returned from a trip to The Masters in the lush South, where our tall trees would look short.
It’s because Wichita has been suffering a continual loss of trees for many years — victims of drought, extreme temperatures, storms and disease — and are not being replaced at anywhere near the rate at which they are being removed…
This article was written by Annie Calovich and published in The Wichita Eagle