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Florida Grove

Florida Forest Service and Florida Urban Forestry Council

Website: http://www.americangrove.org/fl
Location: Florida
Members: 265
Latest Activity: Sep 16, 2013

Upcoming Events and Sponsors

We have several TREE GIVEAWAYS happening at local farmers markets across the state. Check out the "events" section for info on an event near you: http://thegrove.americangrove.org/events Follow the simple instructions on how to reserve your trees.

News, Events, & Discussion

Tree removal project on course at Williams

By Lindsey BrightPagosaSUN.com staffThursday, October 18, 2012There was hesitation in making the decision.No one knew what the aesthetic outcome would be.No one wanted to shut down one of the most…Continue

Tags: Fungus, Armillaria, Removal

Started by Administrator Oct 19, 2012.

Hydro gel, does it help establish trees on non-irrigated sites? 1 Reply

Please give me your feedback on hydro gel usage on non-irrigated sites for the establishment of trees.

Started by Guy Murtonen. Last reply by Peter Strelkow Jun 22, 2011.

Florida Chapter International Society of Arboriculture Tree Climbing Competition

The FLISA is holding the 2011 Tree Climbing Competition this Saturday 3/19/2011 Losco Park, Jacksonville.  Go to the Florida Chapter International Society of Arboricultures web site for details. …Continue

Started by Kimberly Paulson Mar 15, 2011.

Arbor Day Plantings

Did you plant trees last Arbor Day?  If you did, when did you last check on them?  It's easy to forget about young trees that we have taken so much care to plant. Just this weekend I made a visit to…Continue

Started by Ken Lacasse Jul 6, 2010.

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Comment by Charles Marcus on February 8, 2013 at 4:34pm

The second annual Urban Forestry Institute (UFI) will be held on March 14-15,
2013 at the Patel Center for Global Solutions on the University of South Florida
Tampa campus. For more information, go to www.fufc.org.

Comment by Kimberly Paulson on February 10, 2012 at 1:57pm

The FUFC's Urban Forest Instatute is going to be a good sourse of information.  Unfortunatly, I will not be able to attend but my company is sponsoring a person from our cities government to attend.  I couldn't think of a better donation than an education to help preserve our urban forest. 

Comment by Julie Iooss on January 19, 2012 at 8:43am

Florida Urban Forestry Council is presenting Right Tree, Right Place Seminar at Leu Gardens on February 16th. A half day seminar about landscape codes, understanding the planting site, updates on planting regulations for under power lines and selecting quality trees for Central Florida. Registration for 60 attendees.RTRP_Seminar_Brochure.pdf

Comment by Jean McElroy on January 16, 2012 at 9:46am

I'm devastated by the loss of "The Senator" The worlds Oldest and Largest Cypress tree located in Central Florida. It caught fire and burned to the ground this morning. Unbelievable loss..... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Senator_(tree)

Comment by Rachel on September 15, 2011 at 12:36pm
My mother-in-law lives in Miami, but loves Magnolia trees. Is there any species of magnolia suited for this environment?
Comment by World Champion Disc Golf Design on September 5, 2011 at 5:32pm
World Champion Disc Golf Design just designed our 6th disc golf course without having to cut a single living tree! Let us know if we can design a course for you.
Comment by Denise Aldridge on September 2, 2011 at 4:11pm

Spread the word about Tree Campus USA with local college officials, faculty, groups, and students. The student rate is $29, which is not on the poster. They can attend this event as a single day, or register for the whole 3-4 day Partners Conference at Disney Coronado. Open the attached flyer for more details. TreeCampusCanopySummit2011_B-low_res%5B1%5D.pdf

 

 

Comment by andrew f kittsley on August 9, 2011 at 2:08pm

Hey all you fellow Grovers,

In case you haven't heard, the Tour des Trees bicycle ride raises money for the TREE Fund (TREE = Tree Research Education Endowment Fund). This Fund supplies money to reserachers like Drs. Monica Elliott, Ed Gilman, Nina Bassuk, Nelda Matheny, etc to research urban trees - their care, health, and survival. Also supplying scholarship money to students of Urban Forestry and Arboriculture.

I ride in the Tour. To do so I am obligated to raise $3500 for the TREE Fund.

Please consider donating to my ride. Any amount helps, and every dollar you donate goes directly to tree research. The Tour itself is totally sponsor supported.

You can click on the link below to go directly to my Donation page.

Please consider supporting the Tour des Trees. You can go to

www.tourdestrees.org for our route map, daily itinerary, and a bunch more information.

Thank you!

Andy Kittsley

http://www.active.com/donate/STIHLTourdesTrees11/AKittsl4

Comment by Denise Aldridge on August 9, 2011 at 10:40am

The 2011 Partners in Community Forestry National Conference heads to Central Florida, The Partners Conference serves as the national platform for sharing best practices, innovations and models of successful urban forestry programs and projects. This is a great opportunity to connect with urban forestry leaders and other professional peers. This year's event will feature preconference activities, general and concurrent sessions, evening presentations, a networking reception and a half-day urban forestry tour. Register online now and receive $50 off the regular conference rate.  Visit www.fufc.org for the Arbor Day Foundation link to the conference.

 
Your Florida Urban Forestry Council has been hard at work coordinating with Conference leaders and local partners to showcase Central Florida's urban forest.  You will not want to miss this!!  The University of Central Florida will be hosting a Tree Campus Summit, the City of Orlando in conjunction with the Orlando Utilities Commission will take attendees through the streets and around the lakes on several guided bus tours, and Keep Orlando Beautiful and Green Up Orlando are partnering with the Alliance for Community Trees and CSX Transportation for some volunteer tree plantings.  Additional partners include Greenscape of Jacksonville, City of Winter Park, and Orange County IFAS.  

Comment by Charles Marcus on July 6, 2011 at 11:54am

As of July 1, the Florida Division of Forestry was renamed the Florida Forest Service. Same services provided, just under a different moniker.

 

Help me spread the word.

 
 
 

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