May 7, 2018
Tree Spotlight Series: Follow along in this series as we learn about the fascinating trees that live among us. This series is in partnership with Rhee Lab in the Plant Biology Department of the Carnegie Institution for Science.
A living fossil
The ginkgo […]
July 10, 2017
Welcome to the first installment of Canopy’s Summer Travel Series! Follow along with us as we journey to the southern US, Central America, and beyond, encountering a diverse range of fun and unique trees. New stories from the Canopy team published every other […]
November 7, 2016
In many parts of the United States, people are enjoying one of nature’s finest events – leaf color change that signals a tree’s response to temperature change and the seasonal bridge from summer to fall.
Throughout Silicon Valley, and especially […]
July 4, 2016
There’s no question that Californians still need to save water. Long-term water deficits persist and longer dry spells are likely the new normal in our state.
Locally, Palo Alto’s water supplier has requested a 10% reduction in Citywide water consumption compared […]
May 16, 2016
Patches of urban trees help migratory songbirds in their journey
The trees in our yards and along our streets are home to many birds, insects, and animals, but they are are also vital resting and refueling sites for migratory birds.
Every spring […]