It is our goal to offer you the resources needed to understand and utilize the i-Tree suite of software tools in your community. Below are links to training opportunities, presentations, reports, technical papers, research and other i-Tree initiatives.
Manuals & Workbooks
Manuals for i-Tree applications and utilities can be accessed from the
Manuals & Workbooks page. In addition, workbooks used for plot and street
segment generation can be accessed from this page.
Visit this page to access online learning content such as instructional videos
and archived webinars on the i-Tree Tools. Content and links are periodically updated
as new material becomes available.
i-Tree Methods, Technical Papers, & Archived Resources
Want to learn more about the research behind the i-Tree applications and
utilities? Access technical documents & links related to the i-Tree software
tools from this page.
Want to see how others have utilized the i-Tree tools to assess the benefits
of their community tree resources? Check out i-Tree Reports to learn more.
i-Tree Project Profile
See how communities, academic institutions, non-profit organizations, urban forestry
coordinators and consultants are using thee i-Tree Tools to improve understanding and management of urban natural
Learn how the i-Tree Academic Initiative is developing and integrating
i-Tree related curriculum and exercises into university and technical courses
to train future urban foresters.
iTreeLessons.com is a new curriculum development project integrating i-Tree Canopy & Design into middle
school science classroom lessons.
Want to see a presentation on i-Tree or download a past presentation? Visit
i-tree presentations to learn more about the i-Tree tools.
Want to participate in an upcoming i-Tree workshop? Please check the
i-Tree Workshop page for upcoming opportunities. Past i-Tree workshops are also
listed for reference or downloading materials.
Want to know how i-Tree software tools can make a difference in your
community? Check out promotional videos, fact sheets describing how different user groups and
communities can use, or have used, the i-Tree suite of software tools
to benefit their tree program.
The International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO) has
developed this online directory to facilitate research collaboration and information
dissemination among its members across the globe. The IUFRO directory is independent
of the i-Tree Tools and i-Tree user base and is provided here to promote IUFRO