I climb higher and higher into the white pine, anxious to see my childhood kingdom below. Meadows, streams, boulders. It is the place I feel most at home.
My dad said our new neighbor plans to cut down the tree. Its life-giving needles have created dry spots on his lawn.
Giulietta Nardone has felt a special bond with trees since she was a young child. When she isn’t trying to save them, she writes and paints from her suburban Massachusetts home.