Washington Community Forestry Council
The mission of the Washington State Urban and Community Forestry Council is to provide leadership to create a self-sustaining urban and community forestry program that preserves, plants, and manages forests and trees for public benefits and quality of life. The program does this by teaching citizens and decision-makers about the economic, environmental, psychological, and aesthetic benefits of trees. The program also helps local governments, citizen groups, and volunteers plant and sustain healthy trees and vegetation throughout Washington. The council was established under RCW 76.15 to advise the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) in carrying out the Washington State Urban and Community Forestry Program.
Urban Forestry Stewardship Awards
The Washington Community Forestry Council would like to recognize exceptional leadership, creativity, cooperation and stewardship toward the goals of urban and community forestry in Washington. We encourage nominations for individuals, as well as organizations, community groups, and businesses. Efforts that are voluntary or above and beyond typical job duties and expectations, show leadership, or are highly innovative will receive priority in our review of nominations. View the nomination form.
February 13, 2020