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GUFC Third Quarterly Program is August 14 in Athens: The Next Step for Georgia Tree OrdinancesWednesday, August 14, 201310:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.Athens-Clarke County LibraryMulti-purpose Room B2025 Baxter StreetAthens, GA 30606Join us as we hear why Georgia has been called “the state to follow for innovative tree ordinances.” Learn what are now considered important elements of a tree ordinance, such as sustainable landscape practices, habitat conservation, minimum canopy standards, integration into zoning codes, and more. You'll hear from speakers Andrew Saunders, Environmental Coordinator, Athens-Clarke County; Connie Head, Consulting Urban Forester, Technical Forestry Services; and Ed Macie, Regional Urban Forester, US Forest Service, Southern Region. Working on your community tree ordinance? Bring your questions and get answers from urban foresters who have worked on the most progressive tree ordinances in Georgia. Lunch is included and CEUs will be available. Additional parking is available in the Clarke Middle School parking lot located behind library, off of Dudley Street.$35 GUFC members, $45 non-membersRegister at www.gufc.orgQuestions? E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 404-377-0404.