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Forestry

Overview
Windsor Forestry is responsible for the Town of Windsor's trees, shrubs and flowerbeds in public parks and spaces. This includes planting, maintaining, insect and disease control, and hazard tree inventory and analysis. Forestry also serves as staff liaisons to the Windsor Tree Board. 

Windsor Forestry Resources


Community Programs and Activities
Windsor Forestry offers programs and activities for the community to participate in to help "Keep Windsor Tree-riffic"
  • Arbor Day Tree Sale 
  • Arbor Day 5K Race Run/Walk     
  • Sick Tree Day
  • Christmas Tree Recycle Program located at the Brush Recycling Site  (offered through the Public Works Department)
  • Library Talks
    Topic: Recommended Trees
    April 14, 2015 at 6:30 pm
    Held at Clearview Library District, 730 3rd Street, Windsor, CO  80550
    FREE!Learn about recommended trees with our unique conditions in the Front Range. The talk will cover both deciduous and evergreen trees as well as the reasons some trees do not do well in this area. Presented by Bill and Mary Monroe, Vice Chair. 

Treasure Island Garden
Treasure Island Garden
Visit Treasure Island Garden, located adjacent to Lake Laku, along the Poudre River Trail south of Eastman Park, to view our Xeriscape demonstration area and pick up brochure material to learn how to implement xeriscape principles in your home. See our list of drought resistant plants