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Janesville Urban Forestry League - 2014-15 LDA Collaborative Project Presentation

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Project: Unite multiple groups currently working independently in the care of Janesville’s urban forest. Create more community awareness and help establish a sense of urgency to take action in Rock County, particularly the City of Janesville, relative to Emerald Ash Borer.
Members: Melissa Carollo, Kari Drascic, Venesa Draves, Andrew Howard

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Janesville Urban Forestry League - 2014-15 LDA Collaborative Project Presentation

  1. 1. LEAGUE janesville P r e s e n t e d B y : M e l i s s a C a r o l l o , A n d r e w H o w a r d , V e n e s a D r a v e s , K a r i D r a s c i c URBAN FORESTRY
  2. 2. INITIAL IDEA
  3. 3. Initial Investigation City of Janesville Janesville Shade Tree Advisory Committee (JSTAC) UW- Cullen Slapak, City of Janesville Parks Director Scot SCHILLING & The JSTAC Committee Meeting Christy Marsden, Horticulture Educator UW-Extention 1 2 3
  4. 4. INTERVIEW PROCES S Cullen Slapak & Scott Schilling, City of Janesville Christy Marsden, UW Extension Dave Graham, Owner & Landscape Architect Mark Dwyer, Rotary Gardens Mark Freitag, City Manager - Janesville Janesville Shade Tree Advisory Committee (JSTAC) Rich Bostwick, County Supervisor
  5. 5. OUR IDENTIFIED NEEDS LACK OF INFORMED COMMUNITY EXPENSIVE TREATMENT OVER POPULATION OF MAPLE TREES RESIDENTS RESPONSIBLE FOR TERRACE TREES OUTDATED WEBSITE OUTDATED PRINT COLLATERAL LACK OF PRESENCE AT COMMUNITY EVENTS EFFICIENT DISPOSAL OF WASTE TREES UNDER UTILIZED SOCIAL MEDIA NO FORESTRY DEPARTMENT IN CITY OF JANESVILLE
  6. 6. JANESVI LLE is the “City of Trees” ASSETS:  Lo cal Tale nt  “B ird C ity”  N e w C ity Fo re stry P o sitio n  Wid e Varie ty o f O rganizatio ns  Gro wing Sup p o rt o f C ity M anage m  O p e nness to C o mmu nity
  7. 7. BIGGES T NEED - LOCAL ARBORISTS & BUSINESSES LOCAL GROUPS CITY UNIFIED TEAM TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
  8. 8. DEFINE SCOPE - IN SCOPE OUT OF SCOPE
  9. 9. OUR GOALS RECONFIGURED CHARTER TO IN-SCOPE & OUT OF SCOPE ITEMS
  10. 10. Key Members Were Brought Together An Agenda was provided to guide Communica tionPositive Accomplishme nts Shared
  11. 11. Farmers Market Library Meeting Rooms Needs List Contacts List Venesa’s New Role URBAN FORESTRY OPPORTUNI TIES Providing the League with Opportunities
  12. 12. you thank

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