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Resonant Ecology is prepared to start planting in both urban and wilderness ecosystems around the Colorado Springs area. The trees we plant here will weather dry summers and snowy winters and they'll make it look like fun. While other trees are sleeping, the evergreens stay up to put on a glittery show as snow and icicles accumulate, melt, and rearrange on their limbs. Then, come spring, the deciduous trees wake up and transform the landscape with bursts of green from every direction.
Our projects in Florida are primarily focused on the Tampa Bay Area, however we want to start linking up involvement and planting activities throughout the state. Resonant Ecology also stresses the importance of wetlands, so this is a great place for accomplishing two goals at once! The trees we plant here will enjoy mild winters but at the cost of summer's intense heat and violent storms. Don't let the tan lines fool you though, Florida's residents are tough!
These native species are suitable for wild or residential areas:
For strictly urban settings, Silver maple will also do great!
Depending on the site/project needs, all of these trees can be utilized:
Soaring fir, spruce, and pine! With these trees, we're able to focus on large scale planting operations in forests, however they do just as well around bustling communities!
Majestic cypress trees tower over standing or even flowing water with unwavering steadiness. Swamp loving maple, sweetgum, and ash trees weave dense, green canopies that rustle with feasting wildlife. Make your contribution to Florida's beautiful wetlands!
These trees are truly special. The total embodiment of planet Earth.
A whole stand of thousands of cloned trees make up just one single organism, connected by a root system that outlives each individual tree. The Pando forest in Utah is the largest single organism on the planet and it's thousands of years old!
Collosal Live oaks and soaring pines enchant Florida's upland ecosystems. Sadly, most of the towering old-growth longleaf forests have been replaced by slash pine after logging due to its quick regrowth. Although we note the benefit of fast growing trees, we also want to help restore longleaf pine communities!
Cottonwood trees are happy to grow where the land has been disturbed, such as in areas with extensive farming or development activities. Plant your tree a little closer to home!
The enticing scent of flowering magnolia invites you to walk by as the shade of elms and laurel oaks offer shelter from the sun's hot rays. Florida's cities and residential communities are still lush ecosystems and they provide a great environment for various planting projects.
You can track the amount of carbon your tree sequesters over the decades.
Resonant Ecology will continue to post annual reports for as long as the organization remains active. Want to estimate your tree's progress between reports? Learn how to calculate the rate of carbon sequestered based on your tree's age and dimensions.