Tree City USA Bulletin Archive


#23: How to Conduct a Street Tree Inventory

Communities large and small can benefit from a street tree inventory. Its initial preparation can be a major project, but once completed your stree… Topics: inventories, volunteers, public relations,

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#27: How to Manage Community Natural Areas

Wooded areas in and around our communities can prevent soil erosion, cleanse the air, buffer noise, counter the heat-absorbing effects of buildings … Topics: inventories, public relations,

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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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#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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#56: Help Stop Insect Disease and Invasion

In the western mountain ranges, vast acreages of forests are turning brown as bark beetles spread across the once-green landscape. In the East, the … Topics: pests, training, public relations,

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#66: Not Your Father's Arboriculture

From pruning saws to lift machinery, today's arborists and urban foresters have tools available to them that would make their forefathers green with… Topics: inventories, planting, pruning, pests,

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