Urban Forest Health Benefits — The Immediate, Measurable Effects of Tree Loss on Human Health
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Benefits of Community Trees — Urban Forestry Presentation
NJ State Forest Services Community Forestry Program CEUs
The NJ Shade Tree Federation has partnered with the NJ Forest Service's Community Forestry Program to track Community Forestry Program CEUs. Pam Zipse is the new training coordinator. The tracking of the NJ Forest Service's Community Forestry Program Continuing Education Units (CEU) and CORE, for compliance with the New Jersey Shade Tree and Community Forestry Assistance Act, will now be managed by Pam. Please be sure to introduce yourself to Pam at the NJ Shade Tree Federation Conference in Cherry Hill. She looks forward to working with you.
The procedures will remain the same. You can still submit for credits from training programs you have attended or for upcoming events where you would like to secure Community Forestry CEUs in advance. In addition, Pam will help you track your status with the Community Forestry Program, and can help you determine your municipality's or county's individual training needs under the NJ Shade Tree and Community Forestry Assistance Act.
If you have any questions about your current status or training needs under the Act, if you need to request CEU credits, or if you would like to report or find a training opportunity, please do not hesitate to contact Pam. She can best be reached by e-mail at: email@example.com
Training documentation will no longer be mailed, but sent through e-mail.
The New Jersey Shade Tree Federation is a non-profit organization that has been assisting those individuals and agencies entrusted with the selection, planting and care of trees, since 1926.
Our objective is to educate our members by providing the latest up-to-date information and techniques relating to the care and maintenance of shade trees, in order to provide tree-lined streets for future generations.
The New Jersey Shade Tree Federation accomplishes its objectives by bringing knowledgeable experts within the tree industry to speak at our annual conferences. Our speakers include nationally recognized scientific professionals, college professors, and tree experts. We also publish a bi-monthly newsletter that contains additional informative articles regarding the care and maintenance of shade trees. We invite you to become an active member in the NJSTF.
Our office, conveniently located on the Cook College Campus of Rutgers University, may be contacted for a wide range of information and services.