Where to Get Help

  1. Access a network of professional arborists, foresters, and Cooperative Extension Service agents to provide effective best management practices for insect problems and plant diseases.

  2. A list of urban community foresters by state. Includes U.S. territories abroad.

  3. State Foresters provide technical, educational, and financial assistance to private forest landowners. They also help develop community forestry programs and help protect all forests from wildfire, pests, and diseases.

  4. Our guidebook should be read by tree board members, volunteer group leaders, master gardeners, city officials, students studying urban forestry or landscape architecture, or any interested citizen wanting a quick and easy overview of urban forestry.

  5. An index of local services.

  6. From agroforesty through xeriscape: a directory of tree resources on the web.

Other Resources