Increasing the Neighborhood Tree Canopy

Foster-Powell is considered a “low canopy / low-income” neighborhood,” which—somewhere in the city ranks—makes us a desirable landing point for more trees.  And as such, the city may be willing to help us meet our arboreal dreams.

TreesThat is, if you have arboreal dreams.

If you do, and you want to be part of a team surveying the neighborhood for gaps and potential improvements in our neighborhood tree system, come to the Foster-Powell Neighborhood Association Meeting tonight.

Or don’t.  You can always have Friends of Trees plant something in your sidewalk strip and call it good.  That helps, too.

But if you want more involvement, tonight’s meeting is at 6:30 at Bar Carlo.

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2 Responses to Increasing the Neighborhood Tree Canopy

  1. Aaron says:

    Any who attended, I’d be curious what the outcome was…

  2. Mike says:

    FYI…Friends of Trees is having a planting for Creston-Kenilworth, Foster-Powell, S. Tabor and Reed this weekend. Over 250 trees being planted. Here’s the info, if you want to join in the fun.

    WHEN: this Saturday, Jan. 18th from 8:45am – 1:00pm
    WHERE: St. Marks Church – 5415 SE Powell Boulevard
    TIMING: Please arrive by 8:45am to register and be assigned to a planting crew — the event starts promptly at 9:00am
    WHAT: Dress appropriately for the weather and wear sturdy shoes/rubber boots. We’ll provide the gloves, tools and trained volunteer guidance. There will also be coffee and breakfast treats to get you fueled up as well as a potluck lunch after the completion of the event.

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