Urban Forestry Index
This site provides a comprehensive database of publications on urban forestry research from a wide range of organizations that are easily accessed using advanced browsing and search features. It was prepared by USFS, University of Minnesota and Urban Forestry South, and Tree Link and is regularly updated.
A small community takes a big-impact approach to water management, including stormwater, proving that size is no barrier to quality.
The Green Cities Toolbox includes protocols, forms, and training materials produced by four greening programs in Redmond, Kent, Seattle, Tacoma. This is a useful resource for volunteer-based programs.
This commercial software uses heat maps to aid in the identification of priority planting areas for tree projects.
PlaNYC is a comprehensive effort to address future challenges in New York City including a dramatic increase in population by 2030, climate change, and outdated infrastructure. Through collaboration between local stakeholders, agencies, and community organizations, several goals and initiatives were developed to tackle these issues.