How Albany manages its urban forest

Enviro & Legislation

ALBANY — Trees are quietly essential to city life. They help soak up stormwater, provide habitat for wildlife, absorb pollutants, and keep neighborhoods cooler in the summer heat.And it’s no small task managing the city’s sprawling urban forest of more than 23,000 trees. Last year, to ensure the city’s forest future the city launched a…

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