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#75: How to Make Trees Storm Resistant

There are some things in life you can’t do anything about, and the weather is one of them. When storms strike — and they inevitably do — trees suffer and can harm people and property. This bulletin addresses some preemptive steps you can take to avoid much of the trouble.

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#76: How to Fight the Emerald Ash Borer

The emerald ash borer is one of the most notorious invasive insects in American history. From the discovery of this Asian species in the Detroit, Michigan, area in 2002, it has spread throughout most of the Midwest and Middle Atlantic states and is heading in all directions. If your community does not yet host this destructive beetle, it probably will in the future. In this bulletin, we summarize what is known about the emerald ash borer and present a case for fighting back against this epic threat.

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#77: How to Grow a Better City Tree

With more expected from small budgets, coupled with higher demands for service and savings, it is time to pay more attention to the quality of trees purchased for streets, parks and other public grounds and how they are planted. In this bulletin, you’ll find key principles for growing better city trees.

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#78: Finding New Friends for Urban Forestry

In the field of urban forestry, if we ignore what others in our communities might have to offer, we are sure to deprive our¬selves of potential partners. By finding new friends to help with the planting and care of community trees, our efforts can be magnified and enriched.

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#79: Credentials are Important

Credentials offer one of those opportunities that fall into the category of a win-win. They upgrade worker skills, pride, and chances of employment while at the same time making conscientious companies more marketable and good city agencies even better. In this bulletin, some of the major opportunities available to individuals and communities are outlined.

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#80: Alliance for Community Trees

This bulletin provides additional information about the Arbor Day Foundation’s Alliance for Community Trees network and what it has to offer your community, whether you live in a metropolitan area or a small town. Engagement in the network is sure to pay large dividends in building the capacity and expanding the activities of local citizens and gaining greater support for urban forestry.

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This publication should not be edited or changed in any way without the permission of the Arbor Day Foundation. Distribution and copies of this publication are prohibited.

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