The Indiana Urban Forest Council, established in 1991, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the public awareness of protecting, expanding and improving Indiana's urban forests. The Council serves as a resource and liaison concerning urban forestry issues within the state and nation.
Trees provide services like filtering pollution, slowing stormwater runoff, increasing property value, and shading buildings in the summer. Learn more by watching the video.
Invasive Forest Pests Early Detection Training
Learn how to ID symptoms of emerald ash borer, Asian longhorned beetle, and thousand cankers of walnut, and how to report these devastating pests. Morning classroom sessions and afternoon field workshops will prepare you to be the first line of defense for your community’s urban forest. July 10 in Indianapolis, July 16 in Goshen.
IUFC Board Member extraordinaire Tim Detzner was featured as a Momentum Maker at Purdue University for his work as campus arborist. Here is the article. Great work Tim!
Diagnostic Walk-About for Arborists and Green Industry Professionals
Faris Tree Consulting is offering this training opportunity led by Dr. Cliff Sadof and Dr. Janna Beckerman of Purdue at Crown Hill Cemetery, May 15th. Click for more info.