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Tree Ordinances for Iowa Communities - Community Trees

Paul Wray

Tree ordinances reflect the values of a community and the worth of a community’s trees. A tree ordinance encourages tree planting and care for beautification, air cooling and purification, noise abatement, property value enhancement, wildlife habitat, and other benefits. Discusses how to develop a detailed tree ordinance.

Pages / Length: 3
Publication Date: 12/1999
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