publications & resources
Greenfield Tree Committee inventoried public street trees in the City this past summer and fall. Read the findings of the inventory and learn about all the exciting ideas we are planning for the next five years!
Take a walking or virtual tour of special and diverse trees located around Davis, Birch, Chapman and Pierce Streets. Learn about trees that were saved from being cut down and that continue to thrive along our streets. And learn about efforts to plant new trees. Enjoy!
Public street trees in Greenfield were the focus of a recent project managed by the Franklin Regional Council of Governments and funded by the MA Department of Conservation and Recreation.
The revised Greenfield Tree Ordinance was passed in May of 2016 after undergoing extensive revisions and review by Greenfield Department of Planning, Greenfield DPW, Greenfield Tree Warden and Greenfield Tree Committee.
Public trees were inventoried by the Franklin Regional Council of Governments and the findings are detailed in this report.
This infographic summarizes the primary findings of a 2014 tree inventory, conducted by the FRCOG.
If you live in Greenfield, you've probably heard about Greening Greenfield and all the great work they do for the ecological health of our environment and residents. Visit their website which is filled with great resources.