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Urban and Community Forestry

These dynamic ecosystems provide environmental services such as clean air and water. The trees cool cities and save energy, they improve air quality, strengthen local economies along with aiding to reduce storm water runoff.

FOR MORE INFORMATION about Connecticut's Urban Forestry Program contact:

 

Robert M. Ricard, Ph.D., CF
Senior Extension Educator

* Urban and Community Forestry

* Human Dimensions of Natural Resources
West Hartford Extension Center
1800 Asylum Avenue
West Hartford, CT 06117
Tel: (860) 570-9257
Fax: (860) 570-9008
E-mail: robert.ricard@uconn.edu

 
   
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  College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Cooperative Extension System
1376 Storrs Road, Unit 4036
Storrs, Connecticut 06269
 

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