Wood termites have been a fixture in New York City for at least 1,200 years, but they were once rare.
But now they are being reintroduced to the city as part of a project to save New York’s forests.
The project is part of an effort to save the city’s forests, and it’s part of the broader fight against climate change, which is destroying forests across the world, said James Trombley, president of the New York Forestry Association, a trade group.
The termites are an invasive species that has killed trees and damaged roads.
But the city has made strides in its fight against them, as the number of trees on the streets has fallen by 40 percent since 2007.
It has created an automated system that automatically detects and removes termites.
The city’s goal is to prevent a repeat of the forest collapse in 2008 that killed more than 5,000 trees and left 1,300 people dead, Tromblesy said.
But with termites on the rise again, New York is trying to help them avoid being a problem.
A pilot project in Brooklyn is part one of the citywide program to help native species thrive.
And the city is using an automated “tree robot” to check if there are any trees nearby and remove them if there is.
The program is in its first phase, which began in February.
It will run through the end of 2019, Trimbley said.
In Brooklyn, the city will remove more than 40 percent of the trees, Tormbley said, with the rest being sent to a landfill site.
About 25 percent of them will be removed in Brooklyn and the other 50 percent in the Bronx, which has a high population of termites and which is also home to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
The botanic garden has become a model for other citywide projects.
It is now home to more than 300 native species of trees, from the spruce and pine to the ash and red oak.
The Botanic Gardens will remove trees at least once a year for the next three years.
The first tree is a maple tree in a park.
It’s about 3 feet tall and weighs about 20 pounds.
The second tree is an oak tree in the middle of a garden.
It weighs about 12 pounds and is about 5 feet tall.
And so on, Trolbley said in a phone interview.
The plan is to make it so the botanic gardens are automated, so there’s no need to check on them.
The rest of the termites will be put into a trash dump.
New York also has an automated trash collection system.
The New York Police Department is using the automated system to remove some trash, but most of it is being put into the city dump.
It’s not clear how many of the dead trees will be replaced by new trees. “
That’s not what we need, but it’s better than nothing.”
It’s not clear how many of the dead trees will be replaced by new trees.
Tromble said it could take months or even years to get the program to the point where it can remove the trees.
“We need to see the trees come back,” he said.
He said that he expects to see more native trees in the next five to 10 years.
Tregles first wood house is a white oak.
His second wood house was red maple.
The tree is about 8 feet tall, and the size of a football field, said Trombly, who lives in the same neighborhood as the first woodhouse.
The other tree is the ash tree.
The red and white trees are similar in size, but the ash is about 1,000 years old.
The trees are both native to Brooklyn.
They were brought to New York from Spain and brought here from Spain to replace trees that were being destroyed by termites because they were invasive, Tritbley said during a tour of the garden.
Tropical termites that live in New Jersey were introduced into New York and are now the most common species.
The invasive species is a woody tree, called a piedmont oak, Trambley said on the tour.
But he added that the piedmontos are not the same as the termite species, which can be native to the state of Florida.