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DONATIONS: If you would like to support the Florida Urban Forestry Council with a monetary donation, please click the donation button below. You may choose any amount you wish and do not have to have a PayPal® account to make a donation – simply follow the directions to pay with a credit card. The Florida Urban Forestry Council is a 501(c)(3) organization and your donation is tax deductible. Thank you for your support!


Thank U! for volunteering

There’s a “U” in Urban Forestry for a reason.

Would “U” be willing to serve on the Florida Urban Forestry Council? Three openings are available on the FUFC Executive Committee---two member-at-large positions and one tree advocacy representative position. Committee members voluntarily meet a minimum of six times per year and are actively involved in the mission of promoting the value, enhancement, and sound management of urban forests through leadership and education.

If “U” are interested, please send your SHORT bio to or via fax at 407-872-6868. All bios will need to be submitted no later than February 28, 2018. Thank “U!”


SB 574 and H 521 – Tree and Timber Trimming, Removal and Harvesting Florida legislation that affects anyone managing urban forests in Florida

Legislative Bills SB 574 and H 521 will basically take away the rights of cities and counties to regulate the preservation and/or removal and/or mitigation for trees on private properties. The FUFC supports professional management of urban forests and continues to promote and voice the many benefits of trees for communities in Florida. We ask all our members to read these Bills and please contact your legislators with your opinions.

Links to follow the current status of each Bill is as follows:
SB 574:
H 521:

Links to contact your legislators with your opinions:
Florida Senate:
Florida House of Representatives:

The FUFC is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit, and as such does not lobby or advocate positions regarding legislation. We are informing our membership to raise awareness about these Bills and how they will change the management of urban forests in Florida. Feel free to contact any of our Speakers Bureau volunteers if you have an opportunity for someone to speak professionally about the benefits of trees and urban forests, and about the need for professional management of them to be successfully continued in our cities and counties.


Looking for grant opportunities? 
Check out the Alliance for Community Trees link and help your community grow, one tree at a time.


Try out this very user-friendly tool that provides useful tree information that anyone can access.
Tree Benefits Calculator


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