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Urban Forestry's Newsletter: Tree Bark February 2021 Issue 1

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Subscribe to Tree Bark, Urban Forestry's digital newsletter featuring updates about upcoming events, tree regulations, tree giveaways, tree care, and more!
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Published twice each month, February Issue 1 is available now.

Highlights from the newsletter include:

  • Yard Tree Giveaway 2020 a Success!
    • 1,218 trees given away
      • 72% went to neighborhoods that are low canopy, low income, or both
      • 88% of the trees were large growing, evergreen, or native
    • More than 3,000 trees given away to date
    • Sign up now for a reminder for September 2021
  • New Workshop Offerings
    • Tree Technology Tools
    • Tree Identification
  • Open Advisory Group Positions, Jobs, and More

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Gina Dake

Botanic Specialist, Science, Outreach, and Planting

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