GUFC's Third Quarterly Program: "The Next Step for Georgia Tree Ordinances"
August 14, 10 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Athens-Clarke County Public Library, Multi-Purpose Room B
GUFC's 23rd Annual Conference & Awards Program:
"Tree Canopy and Green Infrastructure: Creating Vibrant and Healthy Communities"
Columbus Georgia Convention and Trade Center
For more information on these programs and to register, visit www.gufc.org.
In this issue: Planning for the Future for Georgia's Urban Forest, Sustainability, Trees and Energy Savings, Green Roofs, The Harmonious Co-existence of Trees and Solar Panels, the Outstanding Volunteers of the Coastal Bryan Tree Foundation, an interview with GUFC awards tree artist Barry Nehr, and much more. Click on image at right or here to download your copy.
Earlier issues of Shade Magazine can be found at www.gufc.org.
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