Planning the Urban Forest
This report by the American Planning Association contains case studies, an appendix on incorporating green infrastructure in a comprehensive plan, and lists of web resources. It is a must-have resource for professionals interested in making urban forestry part of their green infrastructure and sustainability plans.
The National Climate Change Viewer is meant to help forecast future changes in precipitation, temperature, and the water balance for any county or state in the United States. The tool is useful when planning for climate resiliency and adaptation.
A small community takes a big-impact approach to water management, including stormwater, proving that size is no barrier to quality.
Noted for intensive community outreach and citizen input, the Pittsburgh Urban Forest Master Plan covers all the bases and is an excellent model for other cities.
This guide provides an overview of the components, requirements, and strategies for crafting overarching community tree plans.