New Yorkers create map of Central Park's trees

05/31/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Some people like to hug trees, and others prefer to carefully plot them on maps. New Yorkers Ken Chaya and Edward Sibley Barnard spent the past two-and-a-half years mapping the precise location and species of 19,933 trees in Central Park -- about 85% of the park's total vegetation. "You can't have every tree. There's great hubris in wanting every tree. But we got the big ones, we have the important ones," Chaya said.

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