Envision Sustainable Infrastructure Rating System
Envision provides a framework for rating the economic, environmental, and community benefits of a wide range of infrastructure projects. It grades and evaluates projects based on 60 sustainability criteria.
This Sustainable Communities Partnership page lists grants, assistance, and programs that aid communities in green infrastructure and urban forestry planning and implementation.
The Center for Watershed Protection, with support from the US Forest Service, created this comprehensive guide to the role and benefits of trees in reducing stormwater runoff. The page also includes various “stormwater forestry practices” that are designed to maximize the effectiveness of trees in stormwater reduction.
This toolkit was designed to be a source of outreach materials for showing the benefits of street tree and green infrastructure investments. Produced by the California Urban Forests Council, these field-tested tools are adapted for use with multiple audiences.
This US Forest Service site explores how healthy trees and forests provide communities with a host of climate-related benefits. The webpage includes an outstanding synthesis of issues, concerns and strategies for managing resilient communities.