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Alliance for Community Trees

The Alliance for Community Trees is a non-profit organization dedicated to engaging local communities to improve their natural resources.  The organization has planted over 15 million trees with the help of more than 5 million volunteers.

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Parks & People: Urban Greening Program Based in Baltimore

The Baltimore Parks & People program aims to improve the quality of life in the city through green infrastructure and urban forestry.  The program offers motivating youth programs as well as community networks such as Clean Streams, Great Parks, and Green Communities.  From a focus on parks and green space to a keystone role in […]

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Assuring Equity in Diverse Communities

The Community Engagement Guide for Sustainable Communities report is designed by PolicyLink to deepen understanding of the importance of community engagement in the planning process.

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Maps and Data Sets for New York City

This website combines multiple data sets (social, economic, environmental) layered over land use/cover maps user selected by parcel, county, census tract, election district, etc.

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Emerald Ash Borer

This website is the most comprehensive compendium of information on the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), an invasive beetle responsible for the deaths of millions of ash trees in the United States.  The site details the threats EAB poses to native trees and describes how municipalities in the US and Canada are responding.

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