We know the importance of our Urban Forest, but how can we prepare for a dynamic and resilient future while engaging diverse groups in the urban and community forests?
As urban areas become more diversely and densely populated, our community forests become even more important for human health and biodiversity. What are some strategies we can use in planning, partnerships, and implementation to ensure the health of these forests?
Early registration ($95) deadline April 15. Sponsors include Tree for All partners Friends of Trees and Clean Water Services. More information from Oregon Community Trees.