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Low Impact Development Rapid Assessment (LIDRA)

The Low Impact Development Rapid Assessment Tool is a model designed to compare the life-cycle values of implementing various green infrastructure techniques used in reducing runoff versus conventional stormwater management practices. The tool pulls from a database of performance and cost values derived from national data.

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Urban Forestry Management Software

Davey Research Group’s Urban Forestry Management Software can be used to efficiently manage an urban forest.  The system helps manage tree inventory, calls, and work records as well as identify sites, map your urban forest, and create reports.

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Wildlife Agencies by State

This page provides links to state, territorial, and tribal fish and wildlife agencies listed by state.

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Wasatch Choice for 2040: Process, Tools, Resources and Data

The Wasatch Choice for 2040 includes toolkits for planners, regional data sets, community development and housing guidelines, form-based codes, and scenario planning framework for small communities.

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Green Infrastructure Vision for Southeast Michigan

Established in 1968 as a regional planning partnership, the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG) has become the designated planning agency for transportation, water, and air quality in Southeast Michigan. SEMCOG provides information and assistance to member local governments in Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, Washtenaw, and Wayne Counties. The organization advocates in Washington […]

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  • Resource Types:
  • Calculators and Modeling
  • Getting Started Steps:
  • Map It
  • Planning Process Steps:
  • Gather Data
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