An urban forest management plan is a massive document which outlines a city’s strategy for both maintaining and improving its urban forest. Although important information like tree canopy targets, biodiversity goals and tree by-laws can be found within their pages, locating the information can be difficult if you don’t know what to look for.
Register for one of Nature Canada’s webinars to learn what to look for in these documents and how they can be used by your community to bring back biodiversity and much needed habitat to your region. The webinar will also cover information on the federal government’s 2 Billion Trees program so you can ensure your city is taking advantage of available funding!
Register for the March 22 webinar