In line with the “operational excellence” component of the city’s strategic plan, Columbia Parks and Recreation sent three horticultural specialists to Kansas City to participate in a Tree Risk Assessment Qualification (TRAQ) course so they’ll be better prepared to care for Columbia’s urban forest.
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