Check out this online urban forestry resource. This page is sponsored by the The National Urban and Community Forestry advisory Council and provides research-based information from a network of national urban forestry, energy conservation, and community development experts. Visit Trees for Conservation to explore multi-media educational resources on urban tree management practice that maximize energy-saving aspects of trees.
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Woodlands Garden is an eight-acre garden and native plant habitat near downtown Decatur. In 2003, the Morse family donated 7 acres of greenspace to become this public garden. Last year, Woodlands purchased the adjacent one-acre parcel on the corner of Scott Boulevard and Clairemont Avenue. At no charge, visitors can explore the historical Morse garden and an educational native plant garden which envelope visitors into the appealing, diverse plant world of the Georgia Piedmont.