Please join the Iowa group by clicking "join group" above. We love to have organizations, as well as individuals, join so that they can post their events and comments.
Check out our Iowa Resources page. It has publications, research, and links about Iowa Urban Forestry and tree care. The link of the week is Quicklook: the Emerald Ash borer
There are a variety of Residential Tree Distribution Events going on throughout the state each spring and fall. The spring distributions are all completed, and we are starting to post fall event locations and dates.
If you are interested in learning more about how to care for your trees, please go to the Iowa Workshops, Training, and Field Days page.
Check out our partner websites: Iowa DNR Urban Forestry or Iowa Urban And Community Forestry Advisory Council websites.
Forestry Extension at Iowa State University, Bureau of Forestry, Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Iowa State University Extension, and the Iowa Tree Farm Committee are sponsoring a MASTER WOODLAND MANAGERS Program beginning on August 21st 2013,…Continue
Started by Emma Bruemmer. Last reply by Neil Norton Feb 25.
Trees and forests can make Iowa a healthier state. If properly cared for, trees provide a wide variety of benefits to people, communities, and the economy.An investment in our trees is an investment in our future. To learn more view our …Continue
Started by Emma Bruemmer. Last reply by Neil Norton Feb 20.
It is estimated that over half of all urban trees are planted to deep, dramatically shortening the life of the tree. A combination of nursery practices and improper planting (even by professionals) contribute to this epidemic.This is a good resource…Continue
Started by Laura Wagner. Last reply by Dave Coulter Feb 14.