Billings fourth-graders discovered on Friday that the best way to learn about trees is to swing from them.
Billings’ Arbor Day celebration April 25 in Pioneer Park will begin with cleanup and beautification and end with education about trees.
Fred Bicha is counting on the Johnny Appleseeds living in Billings to make this spring’s Boulevard Tree Cost Share Program a success.
After Duane and Jacque Tuhy’s son Eric died in Billings last year, the couple decided to remember him with a tree and a plaque.
South Park got a boost for the future on Friday when NorthWestern Energy employees joined the city of Billings and others to plant about 50 trees.
Billings City Forester Fred Bicha, illustrating his point with a poorly trimmed branch, talks last month about the best way to prune trees.
For tree lovers, the emerald ash borer is no gem.
Standing in Veterans Park, where most of the trees are green ash, City Forester Fred Bicha talks about preparing for the arrival of the emerald ash borer, a little beetle that could have a big impact in Montana.
The emerald ash borer could soon pose a big problem to the 1,860 ash trees in Billings city parks.
Standing on the southern shore of Lake Josephine in Riverfront Park, it's easy to see where a crew from the Montana Conservation Corps did its work earlier this month.
A champion narrowleaf cottonwood tree discovered in Joliet last year is being cloned so that its successful genes can be preserved for another generation.
Trees do an awful lot of good things.
Fred Bicha is racking up the road miles this week as he travels across Eastern Montana to help Tree USA cities celebrate Arbor Day.