Land management plans give property owners and land managers an overview of their properties to create and achieve land management goals.
Pervious paving systems require some preparation to stay fully functional during the winter months.
Salt used to de-ice sidewalks and roadways have a negative impact on the surrounding environment. Reducing or replacing salt this winter can help your green spaces thrive in the spring.
Native plants that thrive in the winter aren’t just an aesthetically pleasing contrast to the dormant landscape. They also help local native wildlife survive harsh weather conditions.
The 2020 Partners in Community Forestry Conference may look different, but the invaluable networking and educational opportunities remain the same.
High-density LiDAR and hyperspectral imagery are newer tools that states and municipalities can use for a variety of vegetation management programs, including invasive species management.
Leveraging the connection between green spaces and health requires medical systems, community members, and organizations to form partnerships and work together toward a common goal.
As stated in the Center for American Progress report ‘The Nature Gap’, “The disparities between urban tree canopy and socioeconomic status are concerning because nature is necessary for residential health and well-being.
The city of Tallahassee’s urban forestry master plan was recently recognized for using community engagement to reach their tree canopy goals.