a wide variety of urban forestry research products,
available to public managers, urban planners,
city foresters, landscape designers, arborists,
and other interested parties. The products are
presented in the following formats and can be
accessed by clicking on each category type or
using the search option to the left:
We publish research findings in journals,
conference proceedings, and periodicals, as
well as General Technical Reports and dissertations.
We produce easy-to-read summaries
of our research projects.
Our staff attend and present at numerous
local, national, and worldwide urban forestry
conferences and meetings. View our PowerPoint presentations
We are in the process of producing
various computer models that can be used to make
informed decisions regarding urban forest
i-Tree Streets - an application within the new i-Tree software suite, is an easy to use computer-based program that helps communities assess the benefits of their street trees. - Learn more
ecoSmart Landscapes - a Web-based program designed to evaluate the
economic trade-offs between different landscape
practices on residential parcels. - view flyer
Visit our new ecoSmart site!
Frequently Asked Questions
We produce lists of frequently asked
questions for particular research projects.
Municipal Forest Resource Analysis
Our reports provide detailed information on a particular city's tree resource. They include urban forest structure, function and value, along with resource management needs. A summary of annual benefits is provided that includes energy conservation, air quality, stormwater runoff control, and property value increase.
We create one page fact sheets to
provide a quick reference to urban forestry
research facts. They are designed to be photocopied
Our Tree Guides identify and describe the benefits
and costs of planting trees in a specific climate
region to assist community officials and tree
managers increase public awareness and support
for tree programs.