What's New?

First national study finds trees saving lives, reducing respiratory problems
US Forest Service Release >>

i-Tree Newsletter
Read the August 2014 i-Tree Newsletter >>

Springfield, MA Canopy Assessements
See the Neighborhood or Citywide report>>

City of Reno Counting Trees
A KOLO8 news video feature and article>>

Berkeley Heights Env. Commission study determines the cost of trees
Article in NJ.com True Jersey>>

Plano participates in i-Tree Eco Study
A Plano Star Courier article and video>>

ACT and CSX NeighborWoods tree planting program using i-Tree
A Nassau News Live article>>

Trees are Heroes: They Save Hundreds of Lives a Year
A Co.Exist online article>>

Money Growing on Trees
A Newsweek article by Emily Laber-Warren>>

Northampton residents to conduct public shade tree inventory
a MassLive.com article>>

Kutztown students scour Pottsville to inventory trees
A RepublicanHerald.com article>>

Trees Add Financial Value to WIU Campus
A TriStates Public Radio article>>

What is i-Tree?

i-Tree is a state-of-the-art, peer-reviewed software suite from the USDA Forest Service that provides urban forestry analysis and benefits assessment tools. The i-Tree Tools help communities of all sizes to strengthen their urban forest management and advocacy efforts by quantifying the structure of community trees and the environmental services that trees provide.

Since the initial release of the i-Tree Tools in August 2006, numerous communities, non-profit organizations, consultants, volunteers and students have used i-Tree to report on individual trees, parcels, neighborhoods, cities, and even entire states. By understanding the local, tangible ecosystem services that trees provide, i-Tree users can link urban forest management activities with environmental quality and community livability. Whether your interest is a single tree or an entire forest, i-Tree provides baseline data that you can use to demonstrate value and set priorities for more effective decision-making.

i-Tree Tools are in the public domain and are freely accessible. We invite you to explore this site to learn more about how i-Tree can make a difference in your community.

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