Urban Foresters Heading to Pacific Northwest

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Urban Foresters Heading to Pacific Northwest


The Puget Sound will form a picturesque backdrop to the 9th National Urban Forest Conference in Seattle, Washington, August 31-September 3, 1999. The conference will use the region's Mountains to Sound Greenway to illustrate the urban-rural interface issues confronting many of the nation's communities.And it will explore the ripple effect that rebuilding this Pacific Northwest gateway's natural landscape has had on the ecology of greater metropolitan Seattle. The conference will include pre-conference workshops, educational field trips, and the Global ReLeaf Banquet.

AMERICAN FORESTS invites those interested in presenting cutting-edge work related to ecological, social, and economic aspects of urban ecology to respond to a Call for Papers. To obtain applications, write PO. Box 2000, Washington, DC 20013, call 202/9554500, or check our website at www.amfor.org.The deadline for proposals is July 31, 1998. Presenters will be notified in January.

On-line Trees

You may already know that you can help us reach our Global ReLeaf 2000 goal of planting 20 million trees for the new millennium by planting trees on-line.Just go to our website at www.amfor.org, find the site navigator on the left-hand side, click Plant Trees On-line, then click on and fill out the on-line order form.

What you may not know is that the trees you plant yourself can count toward that goal as well. Go back to the site navigator, click Plant The Future/Global ReLeaf 2000, then click COUNT MY TREES! You'll see another form to fill with your information.Your trees will be added automatically to the count. And just how many trees have we planted? Go back one page and click SHOW ME THE NUMBERS to see the total number of Global ReLeaf trees planted to date...with your help!

Corporate Update TOMMY HILFIGER

Planting trees never smelled better. …

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