Is there a relationship between the low-income housing within Salt Lake City and the urban forestry within those specified areas? Is there a different relationship in comparison to higher-income neighborhoods? Do planners focus more on the areas of each city that consist of more high-income residents? When we refer to urban forestry, we are referring to trees on streets. If there is a lower percentage of urban forestry in low-income areas, what are the environmental impacts on that space?


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