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Taking Root is the monthly newsletter of the NYSUFC. 
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     TAKING ROOT  March 2021



2021 NY ReLeaf Conference: July 23 & Virtual, with Regional Small Outdoor Events to Follow

 
 

Urban Forestry Opportunities at Southern University Include Virtual Learning, Scholarships, and Degrees at the Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral Levels



 

DEC Round 15 Urban & Community Forestry Grant Recipients Announced
 

From President
Karen Emmerich 


Hello everyone, 
During recent snowstorms and forecasted high winds this week, I've been reminded to be grateful for the skillful utility arborists that keep our power on while preserving as much structural integrity of trees as possible. Thank you to forward-thinking utility arborists everywhere! We at the Council sincerely appreciate you. 

The next time I write you, we will at least be on the cusp on spring! I can already perceive the signs of spring, like the return of red-winged blackbirds, grackles, and brown-headed cowbirds to my area, and the increasing vocalizations of the cardinals, chickadees, and other resident songbirds.      

Keep warm, safe, and healthy, 

Karen

Please Take a Moment to Renew Your NYSUFC
Membership for 2021 

Only $25 for individuals ($10 for students), and it means the world to the Council. 

Renew HERE ... and thanks so very much!

Also on the Blog

 

Where Women Choose to Walk: Paths to Improving Cities and Nature Series 
 

Yale Forest Forum: The Promise and Practice of Community Forestry


 
TAKING ROOT and the NYSUFC blog are made possible by a grant from the US. Forest Service, mediated through NYSDEC.  
 

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