When CUFC meetings are over, and we walk or drive home, we pass expensive cars driving around, looking to pick up young girls or boys.
In September, CUFC decided to bring people together at a community feast.
It is very important to all of us that CUFC continues to draw more people, that we maintain the momentum we have.
The experience she has gained through CUFC and other groups in the community will help her find work, she hopes.
Even though CUFC has its ups and downs, we don't become too discouraged.
I have met people through CUFC that I would never have known otherwise .
The Aboriginal women in CUFC have taught me many things: how to allow everyone to speak .
CUFC was formed as an information and idea sharing network in 1967 by a small group of foresters, educators and business people working with urban trees.
CUFC has more than 300 members in the public, private, and non-profit sectors and continues to expand its outreach to a growing network of those interested in urban forestry.