Tree City USA Bulletin Archive


#16: How to Recycle Shade Tree Materials

Yard waste alone contributes 18 percent of the nation´s waste, with an additional quantity coming from street trees, parks, campuses and other… Topics: economics,

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#28: Placing a Value on Trees

It is easy to think of reasons why trees in a community are important, but it is more difficult trying to assign a dollar value. This is because tr… Topics: economics, inventories, public relations,

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#34: How to Fund Community Forestry

Community forestry programs require more than enthusiasm and dedication. They require technical skills, modern equipment, time and materials &ndash… Topics: economics, public relations,

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#44: What Ails Your Tree?

In the urban forest, insects and disease pests vie with urban sprawl and construction for the top cause of tree mortality. How is one to know a ser… Topics: pests, right tree, inventories, public relations, storm damage, economics,

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#45: Trees for Better Streets

Trees have a powerful effect on how any street looks, feels, and functions. Trees make any street a better street and because of this they deserve… Topics: right tree, public relations, roots, economics,

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#61: Trees and Green Space Make Economic Sense

More than ever, civic officials and home- and business owners, must be conscious of every dollar. In this bulletin, trees and the open spaces where … Topics: economics, energy,

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