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Tuesday, 13 December 2022 13:18
Seeing the city for the trees
Contribute to the master plan to grow tree canopy in Knoxville
KNOXVILLE — No matter where you are in the city, you’re not far from a patch or two of trees.
These copses range from small groupings of oaks or dogwoods that are commonly used to mark property boundaries to lush belts of temperate mixed-hardwood forest that sprawl across hundreds of acres.
While Knoxville may be blessed with an abundance of these urban forests, many local residents and leaders believe it’s nowhere near enough.
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- knoxville mayor sustainability
- knoxville tree cover
- knoxville tree master plan
- jj stambaugh
- trees knoxville
- knoxville urban wilderness
- knoxville urban forest master plan
- knoxville urban tree canopy assessment
- urban forest
- public participation
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- kasey krause
- urban forester
- tennessee division of forestry
- keep knoxville beautiful