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Boston's Urban Forest Plan - What You Need to Know

This program addressed Boston’s undertaking to create an Urban Forest Plan to promote growth, longevity, and protection of Boston's urban canopy over the next 20 years and create a framework for expansion and modification for projected future conditions including climate change, development, and other factors.

Maggie Owens, Planner and Analyst of the Boston Parks and Recreation Department, explained that understanding where canopy loss is happening is the first step in addressing these issues through policy, including guidelines for tree canopy protection on public, private, and institutional property. The program provided an overview of what is under consideration with the Urban Forest Plan and how this coordinates with other major city initiatives, including complete streets, Imagine Boston 2030, and Climate Ready Boston.

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Confirmed Attending

  • Amanda Alberda
  • Michelle Apigian
  • Rebecca Bachand
  • Emily Bourke
  • Abigail Day
  • Donna Denio
  • Ellen DeNooyer
  • Erin Escobedo
  • Martha Goldsmith
  • Jeanine Grachuk
  • Diane Gray
  • Karen Hurd
  • Virginia Keesler
  • Elizabeth Krol
  • Amanda Kutia
  • Rebecca Lee
  • Jo-Ann Marzullo
  • Roan Miles
  • Caroline Murray
  • Barbara Nazarewicz
  • Shahpar Negah
  • Judy Nitsch
  • Kathleen O’Donnell
  • Jane O'Brien
  • Maggie Owens
  • Beth Pearcy
  • Elizabeth Peart
  • Amanda Roe
  • leslie saul
  • Achan Sookying
  • Gail Sullivan
  • Ashley Tan
  • Ashley Tan
  • Kim Vermeer
  • Kim Walters