1. March 3, 2023

    End of an elm

    A diseased elm tree was removed from the Law Quad on Feb. 28. View photo gallery of the work.

  2. July 17, 2022

    Photo gallery: Removal of dead elm tree near Mason Hall

    Grounds Services crews removed a dead American elm tree east of Mason Hall near the Diag on July 14-15. The 70-foot-tall tree was estimated to be between 150 and 200 years old and was determined to be a hazard.

  3. February 7, 2022

    Campus briefs

    Short news items from around the University of Michigan.

  4. December 20, 2021

    The Tappan Oak: A tale of life, death, and rebirth

    A remembrance of the Tappan Oak — removed in November due to severe trunk decay — and the enduring legacy of the iconic tree that had stood as a sentinel over the Diag throughout U-M’s history.

  5. November 25, 2021

    PHOTO GALLERY: Images of the Tappan Oak’s removal

    Grounds Services workers removed a large oak tree, known as the Tappan Oak, from the west side of Harlan Hatcher Graduate Library for safety reasons after it was found to have a completely decayed trunk.

  6. June 22, 2021

    Grounds Services nurtures trees to maintain campus character

    U-M foresters, horticulturalists and other specialists in Grounds Services maintain a robust monitoring and tree care program to help trees on campus thrive in the face of urban stressors.

  7. February 3, 2020

    U-M relocates 50 trees from new hospital construction site

    Dozens of trees that stood on the site of Michigan Medicine’s new hospital were relocated to several spots around the Ann Arbor campus in what is believed to be the largest tree relocation effort in university history.

  8. June 26, 2018

    Loss of leaves on North Campus trees caused by caterpillars

    The largest gypsy moth caterpillar outbreak in southeast Michigan in 20 years is causing widespread tree defoliation on North Campus.