Supporters help by advocating for Brewing a Better Forest's mission. They help to put the word out about Brewing a Better Forest, exchange ideas, and generally lend a helping hand where they can. Communities we work with are our #1 supporters as they share data on newly planted trees.
Park & Recreation Board
"We are responsible for all City-owned trees, including boulevard trees, the public trees located between the curb and sidewalk in front of your home. We care for approximately 200,000 boulevard trees."
This program was approved by MPRB (Resolution 2015-155)
Minneapolis Tree Advisory Commission
"Created in March 2004 by the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board to enhance the Minneapolis urban forest and improve its long-term health. MTACs Initial Goals: to coordinate issues related to trees across City jurisdictions; to evaluate issues related to trees and report annually to the MPRB and City Council; to coordinate fiscal resources and explore new ways to acquire funds to increase support for urban forest establishment and management."
Dove Tail Parnters, Inc.
"Dovetail Partners provides authoritative information about the impacts and trade-offs of environmental decisions, including consumption choices, land use, and policy alternatives."
Marcy Holmes Tree Stewards help Brewing a Better Forest
The Marcy Holmes Tree Stewards are part of the Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood Association, which is proud to support the dedicated volunteers whose mission is to protect their neighborhood's most vulnerable trees and ensure the longevity of the Urban Forest. We work to educate and engage residents, local businesses and other community groups with opportunities to continually improve the natural health of Marcy-Holmes.
The Marcy Holmes Tree Stewards will be printing tree tags and putting the tags on newly planted city trees. Brewing a Better Forest (TM) would like to Thank The Marcy Holmes Tree Stewards for their help and commitment to bettering the urban forest. THANKS!!!
"Tree Trust was created in 1976 to address two problems in our communities: the devastation of the urban tree canopy due to Dutch elm disease and the high unemployment and poverty rates for youth and adults at the time. We began combating these issues by hiring unemployed individuals and training them to plant trees and reforest the Twin Cities." - www.TreeTrust.org
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