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Anonymous (not verified)
Wednesday, September 23, 2009 - 4:00pm
ORIGIN OF RESOLUTION: Urban and Community Forestry Committee ISSUE OF CONCERN: Retiring out-of-date resolutions. BACKGROUND: The NASF Urban and Community Forestry Committee has reviewed the following resolutions and found them to be out-of-date or no longer relevant. • 1996 Resolution 1996-2 (Relating to 2002 Olympic Games and a National Initiative for Urban and Community Forestry).• 1997 Resolution 1997-5 (Relating to Inventory and Assessment of Urban and Community Forests Throughout the...
Anonymous (not verified)
Friday, December 12, 2008 - 4:57pm
The purpose of this MOU is to provide a general framework of cooperation between NASF and the Arbor Day Foundation concerning the management and delivery of the Tree City USA program. Under the administration of the Arbor Day Foundation and with the endorsement of individual State Foresters, Tree City USA will help America's communities enhance the extent and health of their urban forests. In addition, the Arbor Day Foundation in cooperation with NASF members, provides an array of...
Anonymous (not verified)
Wednesday, September 19, 2007 - 11:00pm
A Resolution to Promote the Goals of the Tree Line USA Programs Managed and Delivered by the National Arbor Day Foundation PURPOSE: To recognize the Tree Line USA program’s excellence in utility vegetation management practices. Under the administration of the National Arbor Day Foundation (“NADF”), Tree Line USA helps America’s utilities demonstrate practices that protect and enhance America’s urban forests. The program promotes the goals of dependable local utility services and promotes...
Anonymous (not verified)
Friday, September 30, 1994 - 12:00am
AN ECOLOGICAL APPROACH TO URBAN AND COMMUNITY FOREST MANAGEMENT WHEREAS: Urban and Community Forestry is a strong component of the forestry profession; and WHEREAS: Urban and Community Forestry is more than caring for single trees, it is the comprehensive management of the forest ecosystem in our communities and urban/rural interfaces; and WHEREAS: The nature and extent of interest and concerns of an ecological approach to management will have profound impacts on urban and community forest...