"Urban forestry is the conservation of trees along streets, in open green spaces and watersheds, in parks and in neighborhoods."

Successful urban and community forestry programs are based on public awareness and support.

Tree City USA

Trees are an important part of a city, large or small. In 1976 the National Arbor Day Foundation developed the Tree City, USA program to recognize those cities that have active tree programs. The following cities are currently certified Tree Cities in Arkansas. Read more >

AUFC Partners with KLRB for 5th Annual Citywide Cleanup

AUFC partnered with KLRB on Saturday, March 8, at Western Hills Park, where more than 25 neighborhoods were involved in the cleanup and beautification of areas of Little Rock. Two trees were planted by AUFC in the park. Read more >

Membership

The main criterion for membership is an interest in urban & community forestry. The cost of membership is $10 per student, $20 per individual, $50 per family, $100 per government/business or $350 per patron. Brochure

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