The trees, vegetation, and green spaces that make up America’s urban forests are essential contributors to virtually every measure of public well-being.
From improving air and water quality, to advancing human health and safety, to promoting economic development and social equity, SUFC’s mission is to convene and mobilize our diverse member network to foster thriving communities through healthy urban and community forests.
In this issue: SUFC Community considers "essential services" designations, SUFC 15th Anniversary & Annual Meeting, and New Republic article claims "Green Jobs Are the Answer to the Coronavirus Recession"
In this issue: Call for Proposals from ADF and SAF, D.C.plants 100 trees a day to reach canopy target with limited space, and the Trillion Trees Act and TREES Act are introduced in Congress
In this issue: SUFC's Annual Meeting, US involvement in the One Trillion Trees Initiative, and a Capitol Hill briefing on Urban and Community Forestry
In this issue: SUFC's 15th Annual Meeting, Request for Proposals for the Annual Meeting, SUFC events at Partners in Community Forestry Conference, and the SUFC Steering Committee Strategic Planning Session