City Trees

May/June 2015

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"To develop the relationship between people & trees, we need to reach people where they're at. Millennials, for example, love to experience nature (and everything else) through social media." —Liz Skrzat, Policy Director, City Plants, Los Angeles, California "Connecting on a human level can help people work together to accomplish something." —Stephen T. Hladun, Special Projects Coordinator, City of Bridgeport, CT Parks and Recreation Department "I can be a leader beyond the workplace and lead as a member of my extended family and within my circle of friends and profes- sional relationships." —Brian Widener, Senior Forester, NYC Parks Trees and Sidewalks Program "Redefine leadership—we are all leaders!" –Zackary Houck, Grounds Department Supervisor, Northern Wyoming Community College District-Sheridan College 30 City Trees

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