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The Urban Natural Resources Institute (UNRI) is a science-based source for information and answers to questions on urban natural resources stewardship. A goal of the Institute is to strengthen public awareness of activities related to urban natural resources research and management. The Institute consists of Forest Service scientists, conducting science-based research on urban natural resource issues across the country.

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  • i-Tree Online Workshop: State of the Science

    Please join us for the May i-Tree Web Learning Session
    Wednesday, May 24, 2017
    1:00 PM (Eastern)
    i-Tree Online Workshop: State of the Science
    PRE-REGISTRATION for the webinar sessions is required in order to deliver the most streamlined attendee experience.
    This month, please join Dr. David Nowak, US Forest Service, as he discusses the science that is powering i-Tree, and [...]

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