Kudera takes on role as city’s new arborist – Norfolk Daily News

Lindsey Kudera has been named as Norfolk’s subsequent arborist.

In her new position, Kudera — who has labored with The metropolis’s parks and recreation division since 2016 — will convey her expertise and information of groundskeeping To Think about tree planting and care, identification of hazardous or unhealthful timber, and promoting education To assist Make constructive the success of youthful timber all by way of The metropolis.

She Goes to advocate right planting methods, care practices, persevering with upkeep, As properly as to assist in Selection of relevant species and cultivars hardy for The world. Her primary objective Shall be to create a extra healthful, safer, thriving and extra numerous cover of timber Inside the Norfolk group.

Kudera has A diploma in horticulture administration from Northeast Community School.

Parks and recreation director Nate Poproperly said Kudera is An factor of the forestry initiative by Norfolk Mayor Josh Moenning To reinformationrce The metropolis’s forestry program with right tree care and to increase the tree cover in Norfolk.

“She Is joyful to convey her ardour for tree care and upkeep to the place and develop packages To Help on this initiative,” Poproperly added.

Kudera started her new duties Monday.