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The IUFC has approximately 130 members representing more than 400,000 Hoosiers through municipal, corporate, non-profit and individual memberships. Each year the Council grows, adding new members concerned with urban forestry related issues. Membership dues are renewed every October 1st and are $30 per individual, $20 per full-time student, $75 per government/non-profit group and $100 per corporation.
 
Who We Are
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.

Our Mission
The Indiana Urban Forest Council promotes public understanding of the need for trees and other natural resources in and along parks, green space areas, streets, and urban woodlands and assists Indiana communities in protecting, expanding, and improving their urban forests.

Our Goals
The IUFC strives to promote ideal community forest practices to the public and private organizations and seeks to establish sustainable urban forests in all communities, while assisting all municipalities educationally, to plant and maintain trees properly. The IUFC also collaborates with IDNR, Community and Urban Forestry to widen the public's understanding and appreciation for the value of urban trees and forests in our Indiana communities and to preserve and renew Indiana's community forests.
 
 
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US Forest Service
DNR Division of Forestry
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Indiana Urban Forest Council
P.O. Box 409
Carmel, Indiana 46082
Tele: 317.517.9180
Email: director@iufc.org