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PURDUE AGRICULTURE

FORESTRY & NATURAL RESOURCES

Urban Forestry & Arboriculture

Fall Semester

FNR 44400

Arboriculture Practices

To register, contact
Dr. W.L. Mills,

765-494- 3575
wmills@purdue.edu

Spring Semester

FNR 44500

Urban Forest Issues

 

Trees are a major part of our community environment.  They benefit us in a myriad of ways.  Heating and cooling costs are reduced through properly placed trees around homes and businesses.  Trees provide needed windbreaks in open areas. When planted near windows of hospitals and nursing homes, it has been shown to improve the disposition of patients. Trees provide as many environmental, aesthetic, and monetary benefits as there are communities.

West Lafayette Tree

Recent study shows trees are worth $5.7 million a year to Indianapolis, IN.

Researchers from the US forest Service evaluated more than 117,000 trees managed by Indianapolis Parks and Recreation. to find out more click here

 

 

Lindsey Purcell
765-494-3625



Department of Forestry & Natural Resources,195 Marsteller Street,
West Lafayette, IN 47907-4773 USA, (765) 494-3625
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