Getting a grant sounds great, but filling out a grant application can be daunting. Decoding the requirements and figuring out how to best approach an application can help ease the process.
The spotted lanternfly is a dangerous invasive insect. Early detection is critical to stop an infestation, but how can you tell if your trees are at risk?
Wetland and streams can be invaluable resources, but can also be costly liabilities.
While there is no recipe for guaranteed development project approval, there are a few strategies to keep in mind that keep the development process moving forward
For officials at the city of Ferndale and East Grand Rapids, being able to call on Davey Resource Group, Inc. has been a game changer for their community forest management initiatives.
Increasing an urban forest’s canopy takes more strategy than just planting trees. When communities prioritize plantings in alignment with environmentally just-centered goals, it promotes an urban forest that shares its benefits with everyone.
Volunteers can be used for more than tree plantings. Learning how to leverage your volunteers, especially during a time of required distancing, can help maintain the connection between urban forestry programs and the communities they serve.
Beattra Wilson’s commitment to inclusivity and education has skyrocketed her to lead a successful Urban and Community Forestry Program for the U.S. Forest Service.
Wildlife crossing structures help mitigate the effects of roadways and vehicles on animal populations. In addition to causing direct mortality, vehicles and roadways can indirectly affect animals as well.