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Urban & Community Forestry

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"Planting and Caring for the Trees and Forests Where People Live, Work, and Play"

 

The steady expansion of urban areas and associated decline of inner-city environments is a national problem that continues to impact basic ecological functions essential to a healthy and productive society. Healthy trees and forests in urban areas contribute to improved air and water quality, watershed function, energy conservation and social well-being.

The Urban and Community Forestry Program provides technical, financial, educational, and research services to states, cities, and nonprofit groups so they can plant, protect, maintain, and utilize wood from community trees and forests to maximize environmental, social and economic benefits.

State Urban and Community Forestry Programs

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We invite you to explore the links to federally supported State programs contained in the map above. As you will see, the partnerships created through state and local projects are contributing to an engaged public committed to building healthy and viable communities for themselves and future generations. The Northeastern Area field offices and Center links at right offer information specific to their geographic area, and a wealth of scientific tools and publications. Please contact us if you have specific questions or needs, prodbell@fs.fed.us

Archive of State Accomplishment Reports

USFS Urban Forestry Research

Review of Minnesoata UCF Program for 2003.

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