Articles in Special Report: Urban Forest

Hamilton Needs to Up its Tree Canopy Game
How many more opportunities are we going to miss before we start taking these essential quality of life issues seriously?
by Jason Leach
Published October 19, 2016 in Special Report: Urban Forest (3 comments)

Hamilton's Urban Forest Woes
Without an urban forest management plan, when the next invasive species, or ice storm, or severe-weather event rolls in, we will continue to lose more limbs.
by Giuliana Casimirri
Published May 12, 2016 in Special Report: Urban Forest (3 comments)

Hamilton's Balancing Act: Nature vs Industry
The Niagara Escarpment is a steady visual reminder of Hamilton's struggle to reconcile its industrial development with its natural environment.
by Paul Weinberg
Published September 29, 2015 in Special Report: Urban Forest (7 comments)

Hamilton's Urban Forest: What is it and How is it Doing?
Despite its many benefits, little community or municipal effort has gone into ensuring that Hamilton's urban forest, as a whole, is protected, enhanced, and appreciated into the future.
by Giuliana Casimirri
Published September 22, 2014 in Special Report: Urban Forest (16 comments)

Hamilton's Urban Forestry Discussion Continues with TreesCount 2014
The TreesCount 2014 inventory will take a closer look at Westdale's urban forest to help inform a neighbourhood approach to better urban forest management.
by Mara McHaffie
Published May 21, 2014 in Special Report: Urban Forest (1 comment)

Hamilton's Urban Forest Needs Better Protection
Tree planting, naturalization and restoration in the City of Hamilton needs to happen on private land, in a more strategic and better supported way, and in a hurry.
by Giuliana Casimirri
Published February 28, 2014 in Special Report: Urban Forest (18 comments)

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