Welcome to the Michigan Forestry and Park Association, Inc.
MFPA is a 501-C-3 non-profit corporation operated exclusively for charitable, scientific, literary, and educational purposes to develop and educate professionals and the public with respect to Urban Forestry and Tree Care and related activities
Community Tree Planting Program
Application Deadline: September 1, 2017
The Michigan Forestry and Park Association (MFPA) provides Educational, Research, and Grant opportunities to further the development of Arboriculture in Michigan.
Together we can expand the knowledge of Trees
Tree Valuation Guide
To buy a copy of the Michigan Tree Valuation Guide Eleventh Revision - January 2011, contact MFPA by e-mail, mail, or cell-phone.
Contact Information -
Michigan Forestry & Park Association Inc.
P.O.Box 225 Okemos, MI 48805
Growing the Future of Arboriculture
MFPA is a 501-C-3 non-profit corporation operated exclusively for charitable, scientific, literary, and educational purposes to develop, educate professionals and the public with respect to Urban Forestry and Tree Care and related activities
The MFPA Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides:
Scientific Publications and other projects
The foundation relies on donations, grants, investment income and other funding sources to fund these programs and opportunities.
The application form can be electronically filled out using Adobe Acrobat. Otherwise, please fill out, scan, and email.
Robert (Bob) Cool - 1943-2017: The field of arboriculture loses dedicated leader and mentor
Robert A. Cool was recognized throughout the State of Michigan and nationally for his expertise. A State Registered Forester and a post-graduate of Michigan State University, Bob worked for the City of Lansing's Parks and Recreation Department for 23 years, as Forester and as Manager of Field services, overseeing the city's trees and green areas. To remain current with the changing information in the field, Bob maintained countless memberships in many national and international forestry and arboriculture associations. He served on many professional boards and committees, and served as MFPA's Secretary/Treasurer for many decades.
Bob died suddenly on July 22, 2017. He will be missed not only by his family and friends, but also by his many colleagues and acquaintances in the industry.