John Darling, Ashland Daily Tidings, August 22, 2017
In an age when we need to be pumping more oxygen into the atmosphere, tree lovers say it’s a good idea to start an arboretum in any large open space. And why not? It’s beautiful, you can help preserve any threatened species and it’s a great place to hang.
So goes the reasoning of Rochelle Newman, author of four books on the subject — and the creator this year of a spacious arboretum at Mountain Meadows retirement community on North Mountain Avenue, where she and her husband live.