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Urban Forestry Advisory Council

The Urban Forestry Advisory Council was created in the Tree Canopy Protection Amendment Act of 2016. The Council—which is co-chaired by the Department of Energy & Environment and the District Department of Transportation—consists of 12 members, and includes members of the District government, the Federal government, Pepco, the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority, and three community representatives.

The purpose of the Urban Forestry Advisory Council is to ensure coordination between the District agencies responsible for achieving the District's tree canopy goal (i.e., 40% canopy cover by 2032) and partners engaged in programs and activities geared toward achieving those goals. Further, the Council will advise District agencies responsible for achieving the District's tree canopy goals regarding policies, programs, and partnerships for the purpose of maintaining, protecting, and increasing the District's tree canopy.

The Urban Forestry Advisory Council meets four times each year.

For questions about the Urban Forestry Advisory Council, contact Erica Carlsson at [email protected].

Attached below are the agendas and minutes for Urban Forestry Advisory Council meetings.

- Boards and Commissions Membership Appendix 2 Pg. 59-60 -   February 29, 2024

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