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"susan aiden" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"susan aiden" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Here's KYW's Lauren Lipton. We celebrate two holidays this week Earth Day and on Friday Arbor day, and we have a very important tree growing here in Philadelphia, which has quite a history the moon tree is here in Washington square in one thousand nine hundred seventy one Stewart cruiser was part of a mission to land on the moon the forest service asked if he would help with an experiment. Susan Aiden says an historical landscape architect and says the experiment was to collect seeds and take them up into space. Worse. Excessively germinated and grown into the first tree was planted in Washington square to celebrate the nineteen seventy six bicentennial the trees that is now in Washington square is not the original Nate just don't seem to thrive here. So what we've done is to make a clone of the original tree that we had doors finale chief of cultural resources says keeping the moon tree alive is an effort of love is our friend. We wanted to flourish when I was in grade school, I wrote a play called moon tree for Arbor day. I got an A for imagination because at that time. No, one realized how close we were to going to the moon much less bringing back trees to plant on earth. That's positively Philadelphia. I'm Lauren Lipton. It's five twenty made. I is the deadline set by many colleges for students to choose which school they'll attend in the fall. I'm Suzanne Monaghan. It's coming up in the next five minutes on KYW NewsRadio. Shopping there 'cause greatest family resort in downtown ocean City, New Jersey, discover more than one hundred unique.

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"susan aiden" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"susan aiden" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Cates. Here's KYW's Lauren Lipton. We celebrate two holidays this week Earth Day and on Friday Arbor day, and we have a very important tree growing here in Philadelphia, which has quite a history the moon tree is here in Washington square in one thousand nine hundred seventy one Stuart roosa was part of a mission to land on the moon. The forest service asked if he would help with an experiment. Susan Aiden says in Stoorikhel landscape architect, and says the experiment was to collect seeds and take them up into space the seeds worse. Excessively germinated a grown into seedlings. The first tree was planted in Washington square to celebrate the nineteen seventy six bicentennial the tree that is now in Washington square is not the original treatment. Just don't seem to thrive here. So what we've done is to make a clone of the original tree of behalf. Doors finale chief of cultural resources says keeping the moon tree alive is an effort of love, our friend. We wanted to flourish when I was in grade school, I wrote a play called moon tree for Arbor day. I got an A for imagination because at that time. No, one realized how close we were to going to the moon much less bringing back trees to plant on earth. That's positively Philadelphia. I'm Lauren Lipton. I'm sure Lauren got as and everything. Anyway. It's the adorable yoga class that can really alpaca paunch. I'm Andrew Kramer..

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"susan aiden" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"susan aiden" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Or SeaScape or rainbow. Jim Garvin is the lead shy tested. Nashes Goddard Space Flight center. Take those pictures. We'll take them after you've posted them in a symbol them into a mosaic view from the people of planet earth to describe our plan garbage says don't forget to use the hashtag again, it's picture earth. Peter King CBS news. Here's KYW's Lauren licking. We celebrate two holidays this week Earth Day and on Friday Arbor day, and we have a very important tree growing here in Philadelphia, which has quite a history the moon tree is here in Washington square in one thousand nine hundred seventy one Stewart cruiser was part of a mission to land on the moon the forest service asked if he would help with an experiment. Susan Aiden says in historical landscape architect, and says the experiment was to collect seeds and take them up into space. Worse successfully germinated grown into the first tree was planted in Washington square to celebrate the nineteen seventy six bicentennial the trees that is now in Washington square is not the original late just don't seem to thrive here. So what we've done is to make a clone of the original tree that we had doors finale chief of cultural resources says keeping the moon tree alive is an effort of love is our friend. We wanted to flourish when I was in grade school, I wrote a play called moon tree for Arbor day. I got an A for imagination because at that time. No, one realized how close we were to going to the moon much less bringing back trees to plant on earth. That's positively Philadelphia. I'm Lauren Lipton. It's.

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