By Sarah BagnallVICE News cover photo: National Park Service forest near Denver, CO.

A little over a year ago, I began working on a piece about the National Park System and urban forestry.

It was my first time ever working on something like this, and my first major project.

It’s also my first project that has a national and international audience.

It started with a simple question: What if the forest were a city?

The idea of a city being made up of forests has long been debated.

Urban forestry has always been a way to create more dense, livable communities and urban environments.

And while there is a growing movement to create a city within forests, the idea has been in the works for a long time.

In the 1920s, the Forest Department of the U.S. Forest Service introduced a “City in the Forest” program that was intended to improve the quality of life and quality of human and natural habitats within cities.

That program was supposed to be a way of revitalizing a city in the midst of the Great Depression.

And a few decades later, it became a national blueprint for urban forestry that saw the creation of parks and urban forests across the U, Europe and the U-S.

A few years ago, the National Parks Service released the first draft of a plan for a “city in the forest” that would help urbanites around the world realize their dream of urban sustainability.

And with that vision in mind, I decided to start a forest-based urban forestry project to help create a better life for our cityscape.

What do urban forests do for us?

Urban forests provide valuable habitat for a variety of wildlife, including wildlife that are dependent on the forest’s biodiversity.

The forest provides a wide variety of native plants and animals that help the ecosystem function and thrive.

There are also numerous native species that thrive in urban environments, such as birds, bats, rodents, birds of prey and mammals.

In addition to the birds, the urban forest also supports the health of the ecosystem and the health and welfare of humans.

In other words, urban forests have a lot to offer to people.

The city is the land of the forest.

The land of our people, our cities, our forests and the people that live and work in them.

Urban forests have also been shown to have the potential to reduce carbon emissions by a range of measures, including increasing forest cover, reducing the amount of energy we use, reducing methane emissions, improving water quality, and enhancing wildlife habitat.

In addition to creating better habitats for wildlife and the environment, urban forest ecosystems are also key to a healthy urban environment.

Urban forests are key habitat for wildlife because they contain important nutrients that are essential for a healthy ecosystem.

They also contain valuable minerals, such a phosphorus and magnesium, that are crucial for the health, longevity, and health of plants and wildlife.

These minerals and plants are essential to the health (and longevity) of our cities.

Urban forest communities are a key part of maintaining the quality and healthiness of the urban landscape, the people living in them and the wildlife that live in them, said Jeff Ritz, the Director of Urban Forestry Program for the National Wildlife Federation.

In fact, the United States has the largest urban forest population in the world, according to the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis.

And the number of urban forests in the U:about 1.2 billion acres.

So, when you think about the urban forests that you live in and the communities you live and the animals that you feed, they are important to the functioning of the city, Ritz said.

And so when we create urban forests, we can do a lot for our local ecosystem, he added.

What are the benefits of creating a forest city?

One of the major benefits of urban forestry is the creation and improvement of green spaces.

The most notable benefit is that it’s a very low-impact way to make our cities more livable.

In urban forests and in other natural environments, urban development often requires building and renovating roads and infrastructure, creating parks, and installing and maintaining public transit systems.

So urban forestry can also help make cities more sustainable.

It can reduce the need for roads and other infrastructure, which in turn reduces greenhouse gas emissions and increases the amount and diversity of species that live within our cities and the landscapes that they support.

What are some of the key things that you would like to see in a city that would benefit from urban forestry?

We would like for a city to be green and healthy and to be well-rounded.

We would also like to create green spaces that allow for wildlife to thrive and to have access to recreation and natural resources.

The urban forest can help create places that encourage wildlife to flourish, and we would also want to make sure that the urban area has a balance between the human and the natural.

It should be a place where people feel safe, where people can get a good workout, and where we can make our parks, parks and parks places