Next Chapter Meeting: THURSDAY October 19, 2017 location & details TBA
North American Ash Trees are Facing Extinction The Emerald Ash Borer is now in Middle Tennessee & Southern Arkansas. How can YOU KEEP IT FROM SPREADING ? USE ONLY LOCAL FIREWOOD. Click on the link above for more information on the EAB.
Do you enjoy SHINRIN-YOKi ? Read Linnea W.'s MBG article on Tree Benefits & learn more about our state tree.
Photos from the 2017 UFA Class: Sponsored by the West TN : TUFC chapter & the Memphis Botanic Garden .
The White Ash Tree like the one above & compound leaf close-up is threatened. - see information below on the Emerald Ash Borer.
Look for signs of Crapemyrtle Bark Scale on area trees Click the link below for more information on CMBS
$upport our chapter: Get your Kroger card & sign up for the 2017 Kroger Community Awards Program (must re-enroll each year)
Enter organization’s number 95352,or WTUFC
Bark splits are one of the signs of EAB.
Red Sunset Maple
The Twice-stabbed Lady Beetle is the natural predator of Crape Myrtle Bark Scale.
click the link to learn more how privet can be successfully challenged
Founded in 2004 as a regional chapter of the Tennessee Urban Forestry Council, the West Tennessee Chapter supports TUFC's mission in
promoting healthy and sustainable urban and community forests in Tennessee.
The UFA 2017 Class raised money for the Shelby County 4-H at a silent auction.
Link to TUFC website