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UCFS Learning Series: The Pivotal Role of Municipal Urban Wood Recycling Systems

February 21 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CST

Join us for a UCFS Learning Series!

In this UCFS Learning Series, we’ll learn from Urban Ashes founder and CEO, Paul Hickman, alongside municipal foresters Kendra Boot of Fort Collins, Colorado, and Tiffany Giacobazzi of Ann Arbor, Michigan, as they detail the critical role of Municipal Urban Wood Recycling Systems in mitigating carbon loss, CO2e emissions, and combating climate change. This informative session will delve into how Urban Ashes, through its innovative CUT Model, and the collaborative efforts of the Urban Wood Network members, are actively addressing these environmental challenges. You’ll hear firsthand experiences and insights from urban foresters Kendra and Tiffany as they share their experiences implementing Urban Wood Recycling Systems and explore the challenges faced and successes achieved in these communities, providing valuable lessons for other municipalities.

Learning Objectives:

  1. This webinar will provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the environmental impact of urban wood waste.
  2. Participants will gain insights into how Urban Ashes’ CUT Model, along with the Urban Wood Network, offer actionable tools for addressing carbon loss, CO2e emissions, and climate change within municipal urban wood recycling systems.
  3. Participants will learn about the collaborative solutions embraced by Urban Ashes and Urban Wood Network’s role by connecting stakeholders to promote sustainable urban wood.

ISA CEUs have been applied for and are pending.

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February 21
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CST