i-Tree Project Profiles
Tree Ecosystem Services Assessment, Ridge Park
An inventory and i-Tree Eco assessment of 683 trees was conducted at Ridge Park in the City of Unley, South Australia.
Understanding the relationship between urban forest structure and functional values has helped the city
to consider community trees as assets - leading to improved management decisions and new oppurtunities.
Valuing London's Urban Forest
The results of London’s i-Tree Eco project are now available in a comprehensive report which
details the benefits that trees provide one of the world’s great cities. The study
highlights the essential role that green infrastructure plays in providing ecosystem services
and making London a vibrant place to live, visit and work.
Pennsylvania Horticultural Society's (PHS) i-Tree Design Project
PHS created an i-Tree Design project to estimate the energy savings that would be realized by
planting 180 trees around 99 buildings on a Philadelphia Housing Authority (PHA) property. The Design project provided
evidence to support the planting based on the long-term savings that PHA would realize by investing in
the planting and maintenance of trees.
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources' Regional Analysis Project
The WDNR's Northeast Regional Urban Forestry Coordinators completed a regional analysis of street trees and canopy cover
for (19) communities in the Northeast Area of Wisconsin. The comprehensive study quantified the annual ecosystem services of
public trees using i-Tree Streets and i-Tree Canopy assessed current canopy cover and potential canopy cover for monitoring and goal setting.