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Cole is commissioner of the Department of Neighborhood Services for the City of Milwaukee and is a former resource forester for the Missouri Department of Conservation.
Increased woodpecker activity is one sign of emerald ash borer, Marc Shippee, Blaine’s city forester.
By launching proven restoration practices on private land, foresters hope to return large portions of Illinois land to a more native and healthier condition.
AFC foresters have inspected numerous spots, and the trees appear to be dying from a range of pests, including Southern pine beetle, Ips engraver beetle, and black turpentine beetle, or a combination of all three.
The Space, an all-ages venue in Hamden, was one of the Foresters' first live proving grounds, along with the Amity Teen Center; the Telegraph in New London; Lyric Hall in New Haven; and countless DIY house shows.
Also in 2015, Royal Oak officials complained bitterly that DTE Energy foresters were despoiling their city’s sylvan heritage, a leafy legacy enshrined in the town's very name.
Greg McPherson, a supervisory research forester with the U.S. Forest Service, said swift action is needed to prevent massive tree loss.
Today, roughly 7 percent of Park Ridge city trees are of the elm variety, said city forester Brandon Naser.
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Origin and Etymology of forester
Middle English forster, forester, from Anglo-French forester, from forest
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
Definition of Forester
C(ecil) S(cott) 1899–1966 British writer
FORESTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of forester for English Language Learners
: a person whose job is to take care of forests by planting trees, cutting down trees, etc.
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