Portland Urban Forest Review
This report provides an in-depth analysis of progress on urban forestry and green infrastructure initiatives in Portland, OR. It outlines the goals and desired outcomes of the city’s Urban Forest Management Plan, the actions being taken to meet them, and key challenges that are hindering the process.
This article provides an overview of a study which demonstrates that mothers living in greener neighborhoods deliver at full term and produce babies with higher birth weights — an indicator of neonatal health.
This article, published in the Journal of Environmental Quality, discusses how urban forests can be managed to impact the urban water, heat, carbon, and pollution cycles. The authors present 14 studies from five continents on the ecosystem service impact of urban trees.
Longstanding partnerships between Philadelphia’s municipal departments, non-profit actors and the public contribute to the unique strength of the City’s green infrastructure planning efforts. Nonprofits Built the Foundation for Public Support and Future Partnerships The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) is the cornerstone of Philadelphia’s non-profit sector and has spent decades building a network of citizen stewards […]
The Alliance for Community Trees is a non-profit organization dedicated to engaging local communities to improve their natural resources. The organization has planted over 15 million trees with the help of more than 5 million volunteers.