FREE Regional Tree & Shade Summit in Downtown Phoenix on Wednesday
Growing Connections: Roots to Branches
Arizona and its communities face challenging problems with diminishing resources. How do communities do more with less? Green Infrastructure is a solution multiplier that provides cost effective solutions to many economic, social and environmental problems. All Arizona communities and businesses have a role in cultivating a healthier, more livable and prosperous future.
Presentations and a Discussion on Cultivating Green Infrastructure
The Regional Tree & Shade Summit will bring together municipal and private sector professionals for a one-day meeting to address the growing importance of regional tree and shade plans and green infrastructure to the long-term sustainability and success of our communities.
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
8:30am – 5:00pm
A.E. England Building @ Civic Space Park
424 N. Central Ave, Downtown Phoenix
Adjacent to Downtown Phoenix Central Station. Light Rail Use Strongly Encouraged
Space is Limited: Register at http://sustainablecities.asu.edu
If you have any questions, please contact Anne Reichman at email@example.com or call 480-965-2168.
- Arizona Forestry
- ASU Global Institute of Sustainability
- City of Glendale
- City of Phoenix
- City of Mesa
- US Department of Agriculture Forestry Service
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