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Planting Trees in Your Community Forest
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Planting Trees in Your Community Forest

Sanford S. Smith, Ph.D., William Elmendorf, Ph.D.

This publication includes tree-related puzzles, projects, and other activities. It covers tree parts, types, how to plant trees, insects and diseases that affect trees, and more. More
A Guide to Preserving Trees in Development Projects
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A Guide to Preserving Trees in Development Projects

William Elmendorf, Ph.D., Henry Gerhold, Ph.D., Larry Kuhns

This publication explains tree health and environmental considerations and details how to preserve trees. More
Working with the Media: A Guide for Volunteer Organizations and Commissions
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This publication provides information about public relations, rules for working with the media, and communications tools, as well as sample letters to the editor, op-ed pieces and news releases. More
Improving the damaged soils left behind by construction will increase the survival of trees planted.
Understanding Tree Planting in Construction-Damaged Soils - Articles Articles
This article describes fabricated soils, which can be heavily compacted, polluted, and unfertile, full of trash and debris and have unhealthy high or low pH ranges. More
Planting and After Care of Community Trees
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Planting and After Care of Community Trees

William Elmendorf, Ph.D., Larry Kuhns

This publication is for people who plant trees in public landscapes, such as streets and parks, but its advice also is useful to those who plant trees around homes and businesses. More
Community trees improve cities and towns, as seen in Philadelphia.
Community Tree Plans: A Guide for Tree Commissions and Advisory Councils - Articles Articles
This article explains planning hierarchies and putting tree planning into practice, including effective administration; analysis of hazardous trees; proper site preparation; and proper tree selection. More
Forest Stewardship: Backyard Trees
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Forest Stewardship: Backyard Trees

William Elmendorf, Ph.D.

Trees help improve water quality, increase property values and make neighborhoods more visually appealing. This article provides tips for choosing, planting, and caring for backyard trees. More
Questions about Trees and Utilities
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Questions about Trees and Utilities

William Elmendorf, Ph.D.

This article answers five common questions about trees and utilities, and how conflicts between trees and wires can be resolved. More
Pruning Landscape Trees
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Pruning Landscape Trees

William Elmendorf, Ph.D., Henry Gerhold, Ph.D.

Proper pruning of landscape trees improves their structural strength, maintains their health, enhances their beauty, and increases their value. More
Working with Local Government for Successful Urban Forests
Working with Local Government for Successful Urban Forests - Articles Articles
This article explains how citizen advocacy groups can work with community officials and develop working relationships with local leaders to put "green issues" on the agendas of local governments. More
Sustaining and Funding an Urban Forestry Program
Sustaining and Funding an Urban Forestry Program - Articles Articles
This article offers tips and advice on how citizens and communities can find revenues and develop strategies to create a community tree program. More
Internal decay caused from topping a tree
Pruning for Utility Line Clearance - Articles Articles

Pruning for Utility Line Clearance

William Elmendorf, Ph.D.

This article explains why utility companies prune trees, what directional pruning is, how a tree should look after it is directionally pruned, and other options for trees near powerlines. More
Topping trees results in large areas of decay and fast-growing, weak, and unattractive watersprouts.
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Don't Top Trees

William Elmendorf, Ph.D., Henry Gerhold, Ph.D.

This article explains the dangers of tree topping and what measures should be taken to prevent them. More
Opportunities for Volunteers
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Opportunities for Volunteers

William Elmendorf, Ph.D.

This article explains how to create successful volunteer projects that can help gain the citizen support needed to establish a comprehensive community forestry program. More
Municipal Tree Commissions
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Municipal Tree Commissions

William Elmendorf, Ph.D.

This article explains how communities can form a tree commission to create and sustain an urban forestry program. More
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