TREES for Honolulu’s future day
On March 1, 2018 Mayor Kirk Caldwell kicked off his announcement of the City's commitment to the goal of increasing the urban tree canopy in Honolulu to 35% by 2035 with a tree planting. Click here to see Facebook live video.
Arbor Day Art Exhibit -
"We Love Trees"
A poster contest to showcase the artwork of Hawai‘i's keiki and to underline the importance of O‘ahu's trees. Selected works were on display at the Hawaii State Capitol and Honolulu Hale. Co-sponsored by Healthy Climate Communities.
Trees for Honolulu's Future brought shade trees to the pavements of downtown Honolulu during international PARK(ing) Day, an event focusing attention on the need for more urban open space.
Trees for Honolulu's Future: Growing Our Urban Forest
More than a conference – the beginning of a movement to reach 35% canopy by 2035
Tools and strategies from key local perspectives and skillsets shared by: landscape architects, developers, arborists, planners, and policymakers. Click the buttons below for Lessons from Melbourne, full slide show with audio or notes.
Ian Shears from Melbourne's urban forestry program describes the tools and strategies they have used to become a "City in the Forest." Be inspired by what is possible - click below for Lessons from Melbourne, full slide show with audio or notes.