TREES IN TROUBLE documents how a city responds to the imminent tree crisis caused by invasive insects such as the emerald ash borer.


"What an arresting film! Beautifully made and engaging to watch. Trees are an important source of health for humans and nature and thus a vital part of our cities. This is a valuable resource for classroom and community showings across the country."
Mary Evelyn Tucker, School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale University

 "An urgent call to action to protect our treasured urban street and park trees from extinction"
Professor Emeritus of Geography, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

 "Trees in Trouble clearly makes the case for the priceless value of city trees, the threats they face from exotic insects accidentally brought in to our cities, and the need for municipalities to take action. City officials, local tree committees, and interested citizens would all benefit from viewing this film."
Amy Grotta, Associate Professor of Forest Ecosystems and Society, Oregon State University

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