The Indiana Urban Forest Council, established in 1991, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the public awareness of protecting, expanding and improving Indiana's urban forests. The Council serves as a resource and liaison concerning urban forestry issues within the state and nation.
Trees provide services like filtering pollution, slowing stormwater runoff, increasing property value, and shading buildings in the summer. Learn more by watching the video.
Urban Forestry Summer Internship
One position is available in Carmel, Indiana. This postiion provides a unique and diverse learning experience for a forestry-minded student. Here's more
EPA is announcing the
availability of funding to eligible entities, including nonprofit
organizations, to conduct research, or provide technical assistance to
communities facing brownfields cleanup and revitalization challenges. Proposals
are due April 1, 2014.
Community Grove Grants
The Alliance for Community Trees is offering these grants. Application deadline is April 11.
Noblesville's Earth Day - ArborFest
The City of Noblesville would like to invite exhibitors for their second annual Earth Day - ArborFest with a theme of "The Wonders of the Watershed." April 26, 2014. More information is here. Contract deadline April 1.