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Re-Tree Western New York Program

New Resource in the Library

Buffalo strives to restore and preserve the city’s natural landscape after the 2006 October Lake Storm.

24 October 2015 – Buffalo, NY, USA – A new resource has been added to the PM World Library related to projects and project management in Buffalo, New York, USA. The new resource is titled “Re-Tree Western New York.”

The October 2006 Lake Storm “Aphid” caused widespread damage to Buffalo’s trees and the surrounding region. Buffalo, a designated “Tree City” incurred damage to approximately 85% of its trees during the course of the storm. Mayor Brown appropriated $1 million in the city’s 2007-08 budget for reforestation efforts and hired a new city forester. With the support of block clubs and community organizations, Buffalo strived to restore and preserve the city’s natural landscape. The National Arbor Day Foundation named the City of Buffalo and Re-Tree Western New York as joint recipients of the Foundation’s 2008 Project Award.

To access this new resource, go to , click on “Environmental”, scroll down to USA. Must be a registered member to access.

Posted by: Alexander Ehms