New Seminar for 2020: Urban Forest Pest Readiness

“Urban Forest Pest Readiness” A single detected invasive pest can, and often does, indicate the presence of a much larger population. The worst of these pests can have costly, irreversible and lasting impacts to the forests they infest. Cities and towns are uniquely vulnerable to pest infestations where local governments and private property owners typically … Continue reading New Seminar for 2020: Urban Forest Pest Readiness

Invasive Species Awareness Week: 2/24 -2/28

In conjunction with National Invasive Species Awareness Week, Governor Jay Inslee proclaimed February 24 to February 28, 2020 as Invasive Species Awareness Week to raise awareness and find preventative solutions for invasive species. A multiagency news release sent the week of February 17 will highlight the week and events to a statewide audience. Your organization can … Continue reading Invasive Species Awareness Week: 2/24 -2/28

Celebrate Urban Forestry Month in Olympia on October 18th!

Washington State Governor Jay Inslee officially proclaimed October as “Urban and Community Forestry Month” in Washington for the sixth consecutive year. And with plenty of moisture and crisp, cool fall weather, autumn will be a great time to plant trees. Check out the proclamation here. Several communities celebrate their Arbor Day in October and, yes, you … Continue reading Celebrate Urban Forestry Month in Olympia on October 18th!

Final Seminar in Wenatchee: Protecting Trees During Construction

We have just one seminar left in 2019! Click the hyperlink below to register: Wenatchee: Thursday, Oct. 24 from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Confluence Technology Center Trees are important assets in our communities with well-established economic, environmental and social benefits; however, trees are vulnerable to negative impacts from construction activities. A new … Continue reading Final Seminar in Wenatchee: Protecting Trees During Construction

Final Seminar in Wenatchee: Protecting Trees During Construction

Trees are important assets in our communities with well-established economic, environmental and social benefits; however, trees are vulnerable to negative impacts from construction activities. A new seminar from the Washington State Department of Natural Resources’ Urban Forestry Program, “Protecting Trees During Construction,” will provide a review of urban development processes and explore common strategies used … Continue reading Final Seminar in Wenatchee: Protecting Trees During Construction

Protecting Trees During Construction: A seminar for planning and code enforcement staff

Trees are important assets in our communities with well-established economic, environmental, and social benefits; however, trees are vulnerable to negative impacts from construction activities. A new seminar from the Washington State Department of Natural Resources’ Urban Forestry Program, “Protecting Trees During Construction,” will provide a review of urban development processes and explore common strategies used … Continue reading Protecting Trees During Construction: A seminar for planning and code enforcement staff

Protecting Trees During Construction: A seminar for planning and code enforcement staff

Trees are important assets in our communities with well-established economic, environmental, and social benefits; however, trees are vulnerable to negative impacts from construction activities. A new seminar from the Washington State Department of Natural Resources’ Urban Forestry Program, “Protecting Trees During Construction,” will provide a review of urban development processes and explore common strategies used … Continue reading Protecting Trees During Construction: A seminar for planning and code enforcement staff