ASCA Annual Conference
November 28-December 1
Paradise Point Resort
San Diego, CA
2019 Consulting Academy
February 19-22, 2019
Hyatt Regency Lake Washington
Every month, the BBG offers programs in the following areas:
The Catskill Forest Association is a nonprofit organization that provides impartial & confidential forest management advice to private Catskill landowners. We promote responsible stewardship of woodland habitats and their ecosystems, by teaching our members environmentally sound forestry practices and providing economically feasible forestry-related services.
National Historic Landmark cemetery in Brooklyn, New York. Featuring tours, events, and more in a place of unmatched art, architecture, nature, and history.
In a community that has seen significant environmental challenges, exhaust from the Gowanus Expressway, industrial emissions, and more, street trees are key partners in building a healthy neighborhood. As nature’s miracle workers, street trees intercept and absorb storm water runoff, provide oxygen, fight climate change, and provide shade and cooling.
Join fellow environmentalists to help remove litter and weeds from tree beds, cultivate the soil, and provide water and mulch for street trees in the local community. Horticulture staff from Green-Wood and experts from Trees New York will be on hand to lead the event.
Funding for this project is provided by the NYS Environmental Protection Fund as administered by the Environmental Justice Community Impact Grant Program of the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation.
The Hamilton College Arboretum features expert speakers in their popular Third Saturday Series. The Hamilton College campus has been designated as an arboretum. All events are free and open to the public and everyone interested in gardens and landscapes is encouraged to attend.
Planting the Future: Urban Trees Symposium
Monday, November 5, 2018
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
200 5th Ave.
New York, NY 10010
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Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania is a historic public garden and educational institution. It promotes an understanding of the relationship between plants, people and place through programs that integrate science, art and the humanities.
NYBG offers programs in the following areas.:
The NYS Urban Forestry Council is a volunteer group, organized formally in 1999, to advise and assist the NYS Department of Conservation (DEC) in executing its Urban and Community Forestry policies.