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October 21, 2016
How Urban Offsets Can Help With Your Peer-Reviewed and Innovative Carbon Projects

Second Nature revised their Carbon Offsetting Guidance and made significant changes to it. They, along with the Duke Carbon Offset Initiative (DCOI), The Oberlin Project…

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October 14, 2016
Our Take On The Green Sports Alliance Network Meeting From AASHE

With over 450 sessions, the AASHE Conference & Expo was a huge success! We were grateful to have met so many inspiring…

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October 7, 2016
Going to the AASHE Conference? Check out these Workshops on Carbon Offsets!

The AASHE Conference & Expo returns next week, and it is not one to miss! The annual conference attracts more than…

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September 30, 2016
The Future of Urban Forestry

Urban Foresters have long debated how urban forestry should be viewed and approached. Although at first it may seem like a…

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September 16, 2016
Tree Shaping is Absolutely Incredible

It’s been called many different names. Tree shaping. Arbortecture. Biotecture. Grown furniture. Living Art. Pleaching. Tree training. But there’s only one…

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September 9, 2016
UFMPs for Post-Natural Disaster

In last week’s post, we explored how prevention such as root channels and pruning in urban forests can go a long…

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September 2, 2016
UFMPs for Natural Disaster Prone Cities

I remember watching the devastation when Hurricane Katrina hit. Destruction and disaster filled the streets, families were displaced, lives lost, and…

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August 26, 2016
Steps 5 & 6: Public Relations and Education & Cost/Benefit Analysis

The following are steps 5 and 6 in our series of developing an urban forestry management plan. If you haven’t seen…

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August 19, 2016
Urban Forestry Management Plan Steps 3 & 4

A large part of the reason why we plan for anything is to reduce risk. We want to minimize the chance…

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August 12, 2016
Urban Forestry Management Plan Steps 1 & 2

So here we are, planning for the plan. As we mentioned in last week’s blog post, there are typically six components…

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