Coordinator’s Corner — November

To me, the month of November always brings thankfulness to mind. Thankfulness for family, friends, community and, of course, trees. There is plenty to be thankful for when it comes to our community and urban forests. By now, Tree Link readers should be well aware of the multitude of benefits and co-benefits attributed to trees. … Continue reading Coordinator’s Corner — November

Coordinator’s Corner — July

Washington state’s Urban and Community Forestry Program provides technical, educational, and financial assistance to local governments, citizen groups and volunteers to help them plant and sustain healthy trees and vegetation in communities throughout our state. We are able to provide these services thanks to funding from the USDA Forest Service. In recent weeks, we’ve learned … Continue reading Coordinator’s Corner — July

Coordinator’s Corner — June

At this year’s Oregon Community Trees conference titled, “Diversifying our Urban Forests: People, Partnerships, and Trees," keynote speaker Dr. William Sullivan from the University of Illinois told us about new policies at the American Public Health Association (APHA) that seek to improve health and wellness through access to nature. I wanted to shout “Trees Are … Continue reading Coordinator’s Corner — June