The New and Improved American Grove

As you many of you may recall going back to 2018, DNR's Urban Forestry Program encouraged our program constituents to sign up for the American Grove, a website dedicated to the sharing of information between urban forestry professionals and tree enthusiasts across the United States. Unfortunately, shortcomings in the website's design and functionality were too … Continue reading The New and Improved American Grove

Coordinator’s Corner — February

Last month we highlighted many of the partners and projects with which we are working to deliver DNR’s Urban Forestry Program goals. Not mentioned was Washington State University Extension (Extension). But this organization and the passionate staff have been top notch partners for many years. It’s been a long time coming, but it is a … Continue reading Coordinator’s Corner — February

Tree Campus K-12

Tree Campus K-12 was developed by the Arbor Day Foundation to inspire collaboration between schools, students, and communities to facilitate experiences with trees as a learning tool. The program encourages schools and educators to create purposeful opportunities for students to interact with trees by offering resources, as well as a framework for becoming recognized and … Continue reading Tree Campus K-12

Great Projects, Great Partners with DNR Urban Forestry

Article By Linden Lampman, DNR Urban & Community Forestry Program Manager One of the many benefits of working in urban forestry is that I get to meet amazing people and develop partnerships with organizations that are doing great work all across the state promoting trees and tree care in communities. I’d like to take time … Continue reading Great Projects, Great Partners with DNR Urban Forestry