Trees in the Urban Landscape

By Canopy Team on January 28, 2022

Learn about the many human and ecological benefits of trees in the urban landscape and considerations around expanding our urban forest in this talk hosted by Grassroots Ecology’s Watershed Forum.

Maya Briones, Advocacy Associate at Canopy, shares her work that supports climate-resilient communities and how Canopy’s Branching Out program achieves that goal.

Recorded December 6, 2021

About the Watershed Forum

The Peninsula-South Bay Watershed Forum is a meeting of local community members, agencies, and organizations working on watershed-related issues for the purpose of networking and sharing information. Hosted by Grassroots Ecology, focus areas include the watersheds of the Lower Peninsula and South Bay, but all are welcome. Past topics have included fish passage and habitat, water conservation, homeless encampments, sea-level rise, and healthy soils. Meetings are held approximately quarterly. Partial funding for the Watershed Forum was provided by Valley Water’s Safe, Clean Water Mini-Grants Program.

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