Municipal Tree Care and Management in the United States: A 2014 Urban and Community Forestry Census of Tree Activities
Trees are a recognized and significant asset to communities. For community trees to remain an asset and to increase in value, they need care and regular maintenance. The Municipal Tree Care and Management in the United States: A 2014 Urban and Community Forestry Census of Tree Activities is the fifth report over 40 years that addresses the many approaches communities take to manage public trees, and 667 communities provided data for this project. It has been more than 20 years since the last rendition in 1993.
Beginning with the February 2016 issue, a six-part series of articles based on findings from this research project is being published in Arborist News magazine. Read or download the Municipal Tree Care 2014 Final Report and find additional information about the project on the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point website.
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