LFP City Arborist Mike Woodbury to retire

Thursday, September 1, 2016

Mike Woodbury
There will be a Recognition for retiring City Arborist and dedicated tree volunteer Mike Woodbury, on Thursday, September 8, 7pm at LFP City Hall, 17425 Ballinger Way NE.

Woodbury is retiring at the end of the 2016 summer after six years working as a consultant for the City. Mike began his career working for the US Forestry Service before becoming Lake Forest Park City Arborist in 2011.

According to a statement issued by the City of Lake Forest Park:

A Lake Forest Park resident himself, Mike has always been willing to go the extra mile to help protect and enhance our urban forest.
Prior to becoming City Arborist, Mike played an important role in developing the City’s foundational Community Forest Management Plan, and has since volunteered to advise the City with two tree ordinance updates and also led the City’s Tree Board and annual tree planting events. 
Mike will be moving out of state upon retirement, so we hope you will join us at the September 8th City Council meeting to let him know how much we appreciate his service to our community, and to wish him luck in his next adventures!


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