Webinar 2: Basic Tree Pruning with Lisa Johnson, UW-Extension, Dane County Tree Board Thursday, February 18, 2021, 12:00-1:00 – Watch the recording now – Lisa’s presentation slides available here Produced in collaboration with the Dane County Tree Board Join 1000 Friends and Lisa Johnson, a Horticulture Educator with UW-Extension and member of the Dane County […]Read more about "Webinar 2: Basic Tree Pruning with Lisa Johnson (RECORDED)"
Webinar 1: Tree Appreciation with Dr. Bruce Allison Thursday, January 28th, 2021, 12:00-1:00 – Watch the recording now Join 1000 Friends of Wisconsin and Dr. Bruce Allison for the first webinar in our “Leafing Out” Webinar Series. Dr. Allison is a nationally renowned presenter and urban forestry expert, and he will kick-off our webinar series […]Read more about "Webinar 1: Tree Appreciation with Dr. Bruce Allison (RECORDED)"
Transportation and Racial Justice – Interview with Dr. Kirk Harris The Coalition for More Responsible Transportation, of which 1000 Friends is a member, held an interview with Dr. Kirk Harris about the brief history of racism in the transportation sector and the current impacts of our transportation system on racial justice in Wisconsin. Watch the […]Read more about "A Brief History of Racism in the Transportation Sector"
Transportation policy analyst Gregg May participated in a video blog focusing on the destructive potential of the I-94 East-West expansion in MilwaukeeRead more about "Destructive potential of the I-94 East-West expansion in Milwaukee"
The Coalition for More Responsible Transportation co-hosted a webinar on how highway expansions are hindering multi-modal transportation across Wisconsin. Hear from Beth Osborne, director of Transportation for America, about how the billions of dollars spent on massive highway mega-projects have left the current transportation fund insolvent and failed to solve congestion. Milwaukee environmental attorney Dennis Grzezinski, and Eau Claire City […]Read more about "Highway expansions are hindering multi-modal transportation across Wisconsin"
On May 7th, our transportation policy analyst Gregg May co-hosted a webinar on complete streets and how our communities stand to benefit from more walking and biking. This webinar was the first in a series from the Coalition for More Responsible Transportation on statewide transportation policy. Hear from Gregg and Caressa Givens of the Wisconsin […]Read more about "Complete Streets Webinar"