In January 2022, Dunbar Spring Neighborhood Foresters volunteers worked over 75 hours with neighbors to prune over ten blocks of public right-of-way pedestrian paths to regain the City’s requirement of a minimum 7-foot-tall, 5-foot-wide continuous cleared accessway in our neighborhood this January before prunings were mulched, eaten by neighborhood goats, or picked up by brush & bulky.
We prioritize our work in the neighborhood where we directly collaborate with one or more neighbors living or working on that block. Reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to collaborate with us on your block.
We want access to and through our neighborhood forest to be easy and accessible for everyone to encourage a greater appreciation for, a collaborative stewarding of, and on-going growth of the forest.
At fifteen water-harvesting traffic-calming round-a-bouts and chicanes Neighborhood Foresters pruned to remove conflicts with traffic, invasive plants and weeds were removed, and litter was cleaned up.