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Urban forest

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DNR urban forestry staff

Developing a program

Vibrant communities are marked by an abundance of healthy and attractive trees. A leafy, green canopy reduces storm-water runoff and erosion, lowers energy use, moderates temperature, cleans air and water, increases property values and improves health. Communities of all sizes can leave a legacy of pride and well-being by investing in a program of ongoing tree planting and care.

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Last Revised: Monday March 18 2019