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June 21, 2016 9:45am-3:00pm

A key component of any well-managed community tree care program is an officially created tree board and the people that volunteer to share their time, advice and experience to make it effective. This workshop provides valuable marketing and management information and relates to the role of a productive tree board member.

ISA CEUs Available…

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Northwest Arkansas Urban Tree Symposium

Join us for Northwest Arkansas Urban Tree Symposium on Thursday, October 1, 2015 from 9:00am-2:40pm at Pauline Whitaker Animal Science Arena, Fayetteville, AR. CEUs - ISA 4; APA-4. Landscape Architects CEUs - applied for. The workshop is designed for community planners, developers, architects, engineers, contractors and landscape design professionals involved with developing green spaces in the urban environment, as well as interested citizens and homeowners. Registration fee is $30 for AUFC…

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  • Last year, the National Urban and Community Forestry Advisory Council (Council) polled attendees at the Partners in Community Forestry Conference in Pittsburgh and learned that you'd like to have more input into Council activities. We listened to your feedback and have worked diligently this year to gather additional input from our Urban and Community Forestry (UCF) constituencies throughout the country. As we prepare to finalize the 2016 UCF Challenge Cost Share Grant Program, please take the time to complete this brief survey and help inform the categories for our next grant cycle!

    Please feel free to forward this link to anyone that you think might be interested in participating.
  • Arkansas Urban Forestry Council's 20th Annual Urban Forestry Council was held April 18-20 in Hot Springs, AR. Sessions included, "Think Global, Act Local;" "i-Tree Eco Workshop," "Confessions of a City Forester: Collaboration that Works!;" and "Tree Rings: Keys to the Past Predicting Future Trends." The 2012 conference will be held in Russellville, AR.


    Sponsors were Arkansas Forestry Commission, USDA Forest Service, Arkansas Forest Resources Center, and Agricultural Development Council, The University of Arkansas Foundation, Inc.

  • Did you know trees, plants and shrubs imported into the United States can have harmful hitchhikers, such as beetles buried in the wood of a sapling, or tiny mites on the leaves of a flowering plant. Learn more about how you can help prevent the spread of invasive insects and diseases at

  • Congratulations to Northwest Arkansas for receiving an inaugural National Green Infrastructure Implementation Award for their project "Green Infrastructure Planning: Linking Arkansas Communities." View the full news report at
  • We didn't win, but excellent effort guys! I proud of our group for getting as many people on as we did.
  • Don't forget to post on facebook and twitter about competition. We can really make this last day count!
  • Trees are being planted for reforestation on a defunct golf course in Pine Bluff, AR.
  • Spring grove planing at Ole Main High School NLR, AR.
  • Go Arkansas! Keep inviting your friends, we are nearing the end!
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