Houston works hard to keep trees alive amid drought

10/3/2011 | Houston Chronicle (tiered subscription model)

Houston has dispatched watering trucks, volunteers and extended work hours for crews in an effort to save trees. But the lack of rain has led the city to focus on trees on public property. "To water a forest is still an astronomical undertaking, and that's what we're dealing with," City Parks Director Joe Turner said.

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