Urban Forestry and Urban Greening - what does it mean?

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Urban Forestry and Art


Copenhagen Denmark

The stump of a street tree that was felled remains as art works in the streetscape - what a nice idea
how to use street tree stumps
This way, the tree stump can contribute significantly and for many more years to beautify an inner city

Albany Bulb San Franzisko
United States

Local artists created this sculpture from rubbish material on a former rubbish tip in San Francisko.
Reminding of the sites' history it also shows that something positive that many future generations will enjoy can be created from rubbish!

"Tree Woman" in Nuremberg Germany

This artist acts as a tree in Nurembergs mall
She may try to present calmness and balance trees emanate in our hectic and fast moving world today!

Sculpture in Lljubliana Slowenia

The sculpture doesn't really have to do with urban trees, but you could think that it demonstrates the relationship between man and nature in an urbanised environment.

Sculpture forest - forest sculpture Helsinki, Finnland

This sculpture stand for the vast forests in Finnland.
The fins call the forest their "green gold" and have great respect for their forests.

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