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Share Your Opinion on the City’s Trees & Help Shape LA’s Urban Forest Management Plan

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The City of Los Angeles is in the initial stages of developing an Urban Forest Management Plan (UFMP) funded by a grant from CAL FIRE. The goal of the UFMP is to help guide the planting, care, protection, and sustainability of the City’s urban trees. LA’s Urban Tree Canopy cover is only 21% – lower than the national average of 26%, which makes the health and sustainability of the City’s park trees critical.

To ensure this plan for managing the City’s trees considers and incorporates resident priorities, the following survey is provided, so you may tell the City how you feel about local trees.

This survey will be collecting responses through Wednesday August 15, 2018. We appreciate you taking part in this important process! Click the links below to take the survey:

Link to English survey: http://tinyurl.com/UFMPsurvey
Link to Spanish survey: http://tinyurl.com/UFMPencuesta

http://empowerla.org/urban-forest-management-plan-public-input-survey/

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