YOU are a stakeholder! Please add your voice to the action plan!
Engaging stakeholders from diverse and underrepresented background is essential to the action planning process. By capturing the ideas, opinions, and experiences of people from all different backgrounds, the action plan and its goals will be more representative of all urban and community forestry stakeholders. The stakeholders and audience involved reach far and wide. From community foresters to mayors, homeowners to schoolteachers, the field of urban and community forestry touches the lives of many community members.
If you know an important leader or stakeholder in the urban and community forestry field, please contact Christine Gyovai, a facilitator with the Project Team, at firstname.lastname@example.org with their contact information. Christine will follow up with them. Below list of just some of the many groups and individuals that have a stake in urban and community forestry.
|Federal||Such as: USFS-Urban and Community Forestry, EPA, NOAA, HUD, BLM, USFS, FEMA, DOE, DOT, DOD, Dept. of Commerce, US Botanical Garden, NSF, DOI, USDA, CDC, Dept. of Education|
|State||Such as: State UCF Coordinators and Programs|
|Local||Examples include: Mayors, Public Works Dept. managers, City Planners, Municipal Foresters, City council Members|
|National||Examples include: American Forest Foundation, American Community Trees, Vibrant Cities|
|Regional||An example includes: Front Range Urban Foresters Council|
|State||Examples include: Urban Forest Councils|
|Local||Examples include: Tree Stewards|
|PRIVATE INDUSTRY INTERESTS|
|Nurseries and Greenhouses|
|Real Estate Agents|
|Public Health/Medicine Practitioners|