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.
Our 2015 Winter Conference was a resounding success. We started on Tuesday, February 10 with a 1/2 day workshop and wrapped up the day with a casual get
together. We had an
informative and enriching set of talks all day on Wednesday, February 11. CEU's were offered for ISA Certified Arborists attending. We also had education credits for Advanced Tree Stewards, ASLA members, Master Gardeners and Master Naturalists! Click here for registration & more information. Were YOU at the Hayes Arboretum?
The NC Forest Service's Urban & Community Forestry Program is hosting a series of webinars on five topics designed to educate professionals who have responsibility for managing urban forestry assets. Monthly, beginning January 29.