• What's your ash story?

    The Vermont Land Trust and the Vermont Urban & Community Forestry Program are seeking stories of notable Vermont ash trees to celebrate them and their role in our woods, wetlands, and towns. Read More
  • Planting for Impact: Energy Saving Trees

    Using research from the Vermont Health Department, the Vermont Urban & Community Forestry Program targeted communities in Vermont that are most vulnerable to heat-related illness with a free tree giveaway program, called Energy Saving Trees. Read More
  • Growing Works of Art

    “My gorgeous tree is located in the back of my house on my lawn, so every morning when I wake up, I see its beautiful smile. It makes me feel like the tree is trying to keep me happy.” Read More
  • Young Writers Project- Invasives Challenge

    This spring, VT UCF partnered with the Young Writers Project to raise awareness about emerald ash borer and its impact on Vermont forests and communities. Read the winning entries and learn about the young authors. Read More
  • Resilient Right-of-Ways: A Tale of Urban Forestry in a Small-Town State

    The spring edition of City Trees Magazine, a publication of the Society of Municipal Arborists, featured an article about VT UCF's Resilient Right-of-Ways project, written by our program staff leading the initiative. Read More

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