urban forest


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urban forest

n.
The trees and associated organisms existing within a city.
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Tenders are invited for develop an urban forest tree inventory with goals and objectives of capturing the most up to date relavant tree data.
Forest Service (USFS), the National Association of Regional Councils (NARC) and numerous cohorts, uses computer technology to integrate and empower urban forest leaders.
Advocate and promote the values of the urban forest.
Kopparberg willr be supporting the very best in creative and imaginative live music, by hosting a series of pioneering artists and DJs on its Urban Forest stage.
More research is needed to understand the extent of urban forest cover, urban forest health, urban forest values, and human relationships to urban forests.
This would enable stakeholders to estimate the trade-offs between water-related urban forest ecosystem services and other ecosystem services such as urbanization and wood production.
A quality urban forest improves quality of life in ways that go well beyond the benefits that are more often cited: carbon reduction, clean water and storm water filtration.
Gathering last month near Chicago was an Urban Forest Products council (so new, it hasn't formally adopted a name) which is promoting "the highest value use of the sustainable urban forest.
A CAMPAIGN has been launched to get a unique urban forest back on track and prevent a new road being built through it.
One of the greatest challenges of responsible urban development is ensuring that the urban forest is valued and sustained.
The Department of Public Works Street Services Bureau maintains the largest urban forest in the nation, with some 650,000 trees.
Based upon the results of the study, The Urban Forest Conservancy, in conjunction with Arborjet, has agreed to provide municipal arborists in hard hit Midwestern cities in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana with a Tree I.
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