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What does membership mean?

 

Members of the Urban Wood Network share these values:

  • Urban trees have their highest value while living. When these trees need to be removed they should be put to their highest and best uses to maximize their economic, environmental, and societal benefits for people in urban areas and beyond.

  • Sustainable recovery and the highest and best use of urban forest products are essential components of sustainable urban forestry.

  • Increased end user demand for urban forest products is essential to increasing demand all along the wood use chain and producing benefits throughout the urban forest sector.

  • The Urban Wood Network will effectively achieve its mission through collaboration and information sharing.

  • The Urban Wood Network is committed to work in partnership with the full diversity of stakeholders that share our vision and mission.

Why belong?

 

Members share these benefits:

  • Greater visibility and access to new customer groups and organizations

  • Use of the Urban Wood Network logo, marketing materials, and shared branding

  • Recognition of urban wood products and businesses

  • Networking opportunities with similar businesses and organizations

  • Ongoing updates and incentives

This project is supported by the USDA Forest Service Northeastern Area, State and Private Forestry Landscape Scale Restoration Grant Program and is organized by the Sustainable Resources Alliance. Additional assistance comes from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.

Membership is available to the full diversity of stakeholders (including businesses, organizations, and individuals) interested in finding the highest and best use of Michigan's urban forest resources.  A listing on the Michigan Urban Wood Network is open to all who agree to the basic membership tenets of the Urban Wood Network; it does not imply endorsement of or preference for any named companies, nor does it act as proof or certification of any specific business practices.

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