International Society of Arboriculture Gold Leaf Award to Regreen Springfield

isaLogoAndNameAt the 2015 Annual Meeting and Conference of the New England Chapter of the International Society of Arboriculture (NE-ISA), held in North Conway, NH, Regreen Springfield was recognized with this years Gold Leaf Award.  The ISA Gold Leaf Award is designed to recognize an individual, organization, or  community in the New England Chapter for outstanding community landscape beautification projects. This is an opportunity for the NEC-ISA to recognize 22000784043_fa2b5a0fc2_zprojects that have had an impact on a community or region with an international award.

The Gold Leaf award is intended to recognize individuals, organizations, or municipalities that have made significant contributions through tree planting and landscaping which enhances environmental protection, conservation,
beautification, air purification, or wildlife protection. Regreen Springfield’s dedication to improve the urban forest and environmental quality of Springfield’s neighborhoods was cited as key in the selection of this year’s recipient.

In addition to Regreen Springfield, David Bloniarz, President of the organization was recognized for his efforts to improve Springfield’s urbanized landscapes.

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