Read the FRCOG's 2016 report on Greenfield's public street trees

Public street trees in Greenfield were the focus of a recent project managed by the Franklin Regional Council of Governments and funded by MA Department of Conservation and Recreation. Learn more here.

Greenfield Tree Ordinance

The revised Greenfield Tree Ordinance was passed in May of 2016 after the Ordinance underwent extensive revisions and review by the Greenfield Planning Department, Greenfield DPW and Greenfield Tree Committee.

The Greenfield Tree Inventory was released by the FRCOG in February 2014. The Inventory found that over half of the public trees inventoried were in decline and would likely be gone in the coming decade. Other findings focused on tree species, size and percentage of native trees. The Inventory report and maps are available to the public.

2014 Greenfield Tree Inventory Infographic

A companion piece to the Greenfield Tree Inventory, this one-page infographic illustrates the primary findings of the Inventory.

Greening Greenfield

If you live in Greenfield, you've probably heard about Greening Greenfield. Visit their website which is filled with great resources!

Take the Greenscape Challenge!

The goal of the Greenscape Challenge is to provide Greenfield residents and others with clear steps they can take with their lawns, gardens and other outdoor spaces to improve the water quality of streams and rivers, and the environment in general. Learn more here.

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Read MA DCR's Citizen Forester Newsletter here

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