The New York Department of Environmental Conservation is accepting applications for urban forestry project grants that can be used to enhance landscapes and provide green spaces in urban areas across the state.
The 22nd annual State of Tennessee Urban Forestry Council Conference has “A Southern Story” to tell about the impact of Tennessee’s forests on the lives and livelihoods of its residents. More than 100 visitors from across Tennessee have spent three days touring Jackson and learning about landscape, tree care and pesticides for Urban Forestry.
After months of hard work, California ReLeaf and its partners secured passage of Senate Bill 99, which funds California’s popular Environmental Enchantment and Mitigation Program (EEMP) at $7 milling in the 2013-14 State Budget. It also makes three important changes to the EEMP.
How does a healthy urban forest canopy contribute to quality of life? During the past five years, the health benefits that urban trees provide have been recognized across diverse disciplines, ranging from urban planning economics, to human and sociology.
Toledo, Ohio uses Bandit Beast Recyclers to handle the problem of wood waste and turn it into recycled material that also adds revenue stream for the city. The city of Toledo has turned a potential wood waste nightmare into a solution that not only recycles their material, but adds a stream of revenue the city can use for reinvestment.
In response to the large volume of interest in early registration for the 2013 Partners in Community Forestry Conference, the early registration deadline has been extended to Tuesday, Oct. 8. If you have not already registered for the conference don’t miss out on this great opportunity to connect with fellow Urban and Community Forestry peers in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
The Arbor Day Foundation got its start at the celebration of the Arbor Day centennial four decades ago. Today, it’s the largest environment nonprofit organization in the United States with more than 800,000 members. Its members have planted a quarter of a billion trees on all six plant-able continents.
Fall is the best time of year to plant trees in much of the U.S., and it’s a great time to celebrate trees everywhere! October is National NeighborWoods Month, the nationwide celebration of trees in our communities.
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