Urban forestry is one important way of connecting cities to the environment, so it’s appropriate that the Urban Ecology Collaborative’s Urban Forestry workgroup should be featured in this Special Issue of Cities and the Environment.
"UEC Urban Forestry Practitioners Share All!,"
Cities and the Environment (CATE):
1, Article 2.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/cate/vol6/iss1/2
Table 2a. Cross comparison of urban forestry program components and practices by agency or organization – Boston Natural Areas Network, Urban Resources Initiative (New Haven, CT), New York Restoration Project, and New York City Parks.
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Table 2b. Cross comparison of urban forestry program components and practices by agency or organization – Nine Mile Run Watershed Association (Pittsburgh, PA), City of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, Philadelphia Parks and Recreation, and Casey Trees (Washington, DC).