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Longitudinal Effects on Mental Health of Moving to Greener and Less Green Urban Areas

This study used panel data to explore three different hypotheses about how moving to greener or less green areas may affect mental health over time.

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Understanding Our Urban Forest Assets: Methods of Tree Inventory and Urban Tree Canopy Analysis

A key to planning and managing urban forests is first understanding the quantity, quality, and distribution of the resource across the landscape. This webinar discusses the basic concepts of urban forest assessment,  the tools and technologies used for assessment, and discusses applications of assessment data to planning and managing the urban forest. Note: Webinar is available […]

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Plan-it GEO

This commercial firm provides mobile tools for various aspects of urban forestry planning including volunteer tools and tree canopy plotting services.

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Northeast Community Tree Guide: Benefits, Costs, and Strategic Planning

This guide lays out the costs and benefits of selected tree species in the Northeast US, calculated for environmental values.  It also provides a good explanation of how benefits are delivered and monetized.

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The Benefits of Investing in Trees

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.

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