Tree Watch Survey - Fall 2019
in preparation for its planning meeting on Sunday, September 15, 4:00-6:00 PM
Where in Inman Park do you think a new tree or trees need(s) to be planted? (Answer can be general locations like a street or specific locations like an address.)
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"I have an idea about trees in Inman Park." Do you? Do you have an idea or ideas? Please share it/them here.
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How could Inman Park be more effective in its tree planting efforts? Or, to put it differently, what would you like to see happening that you're not sure is happening right now?
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How could Inman Park be more effective with respect to other aspects of its urban forest, e.g., maintaining the health of existing trees, educating neighbors about the importance of trees, advocating for certain outcomes affecting trees, etc.?
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In the last two decades, Tree Watch has evolved away from its original model of a large committee of many neighbors (15 to 18) that met monthly to discuss its work and plan its activities, which for several years included a popular and lucrative fundraiser called Treehugger's Ball. Today and for many years now, Tree Watch is (like Beautification, Sidewalks, and possibly other IPNA committees) basically one committee chair who does the planning, plus a small (4 to 6) group of especially dedicated neighbors who attend and support every single activity, plus a larger, shifting group of neighbors who might attend, say, one project or activity in a year. The bulk of the actual work is done by Trees Atlanta staff and volunteers. Comment, if any? Should it be different? Could it be? How might all of this affect succession planning for the current committee chair? If you have ideas on the organization of the committee itself, please share them.
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