National Urban Forestry Unit to close after 10 years
The National Urban Forestry Unit (NUFU) is bringing its pioneering and innovative activities to a close on 31 July 2005 – exactly ten years to the day since the Unit was created to promote the concept of urban and community forestry.

Trees have a vital role to play in improving the quality of life for the millions of people who live and work in towns and cities.

This site provides information about the UK's National Urban Forestry Unit and its work. It also provides an online forum for the discussion about the many issues surrounding trees and woods in towns together with links to other sites of interest, including urban and community forestry projects throughout the UK.

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Revised NUFU website by our SEO Consultant
What do you think of the new website? Are the forums useful? What else would you like to see trees matter
Drought and trees
A report due from the Royal Parks says that at least 300 mature trees have died during the summer's hot weather. Have trees under your management been affected too? What strategies did you employ to deal with the record-breaking temperatures?
Economic benefits of street greenery
Where can I go to find out some actual evidence that demonstrates the economic benefits of street trees and other urban greenery? Its something that would be massively useful to have to hand!

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