Entering its second year of existence, the UWN looks to take the next step in its move to consolidate an organization of businesses, government entities and individuals who have a stake in advancing the urban wood movement. The cost of membership is a modest $50 a year. That’s a small price to pay to get in on the ground floor of helping shape UWN’s future programs and initiatives.
A great example of UWN’s programs is the “How-to Do Urban Wood” webinar series that explored developing urban wood partnerships from various vantage points. All of these webinars are archived on urbanwoodnetwork.org.
Learn more about the UWN, it’s benefits and how to join in this edition of the Illinois Urban Wood Update.
Also, in this issue:
- The Top 10 Urban Wood Posts of 2018
- Dead Ash Trees Come to Life in Chainsaw Sculptures
- Emerald Ash Borer Threatens 50,000 Trees in Lincoln, NE