See More from the Why Wood? Sustainable Uses for City Trees Workshop in Flint
December 6, 2011
Hosted by the Southeast Michigan RC&D Council and the Genesee County Conservation District, the Why Wood? Sustainable Uses for City Trees Workshop was a great success in Flint on December 2nd. Participants gathered at the Sloan Longway Museum to learn more about how to lower community wood disposal costs, support local businesses, and create value from removed city trees. Presentations from the event, workshop photos and links to other referenced information are now available online.
Southeast Michigan RC&D Council and Partners
Ash Utilization Options Project
Ash Utilization Resource Library
Michigan Wood Energy Website
The Urbanwood Project
Videos: The Urbanwood Project
Up from Ashes - Ann Arbor's Traverwood Library
Genesee Conservation District
Flint Urban Forestry Program
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The Urbanwood Project is a cooperative partnership between the Southeast Michigan Resource Conservation and Development Council, Recycle Ann Arbor, Genesee Conservation District, Genesee County Habitat for Humanity, Habitat for Humanity Haslett ReStore, and several local businesses. This program was initially supported by grants from USDA Forest Service Wood Education and Resource Center. The Urbanwood Project is an equal opportunity employer and provider.