What's New?


Dr. Dave Nowak featured in "What are Trees Worth to Cities?"
A City Lab article>>

New i-Tree Reports applying i-Tree Eco, Canopy & Hydro
See the Reports Page>>

Trees make our lives better in unquantifiable ways
Article appearing in The Guardian>>

This is How Much an Urban Forest is Worth
Conservation This Week article>>

Monthly online i-Tree Workshop series offered by UNRI throughout 2016
See topics and dates>>

Grand Rapids, MI uses i-Tree Hydro to assess value of urban forestry initiative
Plan-it Geo Report>>

Urban Forests, i-Tree, and Promoting Conservation Benefits
USFS Chief Tidwell audio brief>

Growing a Daily Dose of Nature for Everyone
A USDA blog post>>

Learn how i-Tree Landscape can help your planning and advocacy efforts Landscape overview & strategies>>

London i-Tree Results Highlight Value of Urban Trees
Learn more about the London i-Tree project>>

View archived webinars or past presentations
See archived presentations>>

Submit feedback or share your i-Tree success stories
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What is i-Tree?

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

Since the initial release of the i-Tree Tools in August 2006, thousands of 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 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 or forest.




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