i-Tree Reports from the United States

For reports from outside of the United States, please see our International Documents.

Para informes desde fuera de los Estados Unidos, consulte los Documentos Internacionales.

Wake County Land Cover Analysis & Urban Canopy Assessment

Wake County, North Carolina has experienced high population growth over the last decade, with significant ongoing development expected in the next five years.  This growth prompted the county to prioritize tree canopy management and understand its impacts on the environment. The Davey Resource Group completed this study using i-Tree Canopy and i-Tree Hydro to quantify the benefits of the urban forest.

An Urban Canopy Study for the City of Lewisville, TX

Halff conducted an urban canopy study for the City of Lewisville, TX. Utilizing the advanced deep learning functions of ArcGIS Pro, they created high resolution tree canopy data which was analyzed along with i-Tree Eco to make urban canopy recommendations to support a healthy infrastructure plan (starting on page 199).

Checking in on Environmental Equity in Springfield, MA with i-Tree Landscape

Created by ReGreen Springfield, these reports aim to comprehensively examine the relationship between tree canopy, land cover, demographic information, environmental justice, and greening efforts in the neighborhoods of Springfield, MA.

Learn how the i-Tree tools can support sustainability focused strategic design

A publication from Ted Endreny providing descriptions of how different i-Tree tools can be applied to design tree cover that maximizes sustainability and resilience.

Modelling the Benefits of Trees on National Parks of Washington, D.C.

Analyses and reports by Lily Oliver with the NPS Urban Ecology Research Learning Alliance

Evaluating Stormwater Benefits of Atlanta's Urban Forest

The Urban Forest of New York City

i-Tree: Global Tools to Assess Tree Benefits and Risks to Improve Forest Management

Modeling Tree cover Effects in Eight Hydrological Units of Northeast Kansas

A retrospective analyses of the environmental and economic benefits of the Balboa Park urban forest

The Anthem Arboretum at Francis Scott Key Elementary/Middle School

Anthem Arboretum landscape design project report featuring plant selection based on desired ecosystem services - July 2017

Ecobenefits of National Capital Region Park Trees

Dedicated to preserving parks for future generations, the National Park Service collects long-term data on a variety of resources including trees. Scientists within NPS have evaluated the data for forest structure trends. The iTrees suite of tools presents an opportunity to quantify benefits.

Katherine Ferguson, recent MLA graduate, collaborated with the Urban Ecology Research Learning Alliance (UERLA - the regional Research Learning Center of the National Capital area of the National Park Service) to evaluate NPS data using iTrees tools. Her research brief, Ecobenefits of National Capital Region Park Trees, is the first in a series to describe tree benefits across the region.

Brochures reporting on tree benefits to Washington, DC by Casey Trees

2016 Urban Forest Analysis within Three Parks in Burlington, Vermont

A Demonstration Project for Community-Level Urban Forestry in Washington, D.C.

The Urban Forest of Philadelphia, PA

State of the Denton, TX Urban Forest

Houston, TX's Urban Forest, 2015

Tree Canopy Change Assessment 2005 - 2015, Crystal River, Florida

A Method for Examining the Ecosystem Services of Roadside Trees

This video produced by Ross Kahn outlines a field study, using i-Tree, on the amount of ecosystem services provided by roadside trees along a series of streetscapes in Springfield, MA. Additionally, the segment outlines protocols for implementation of data collection field studies, which can be used to calculate additional ecosystem benefits of street side trees

Modeling Hydrological Ecosystem Services of Juvenile Trees in Worcester, MA

The Environmental Benefits of Trees on an Urban University Campus

The City of Atlantic Beach Florida's i-Tree Canopy Assessment Report

i-Tree Hydro assessment report for Amberwood Neighborhood in Dekalb County, GA

Austin's Urban Forest 2014

Modeling Urban Forest Scenarios and Hydrology in Grand Rapids, MI

Project Desert Canopy: Air Quality in Southwest Forests

Credit: Project Team partners including Arizona Forestry, Texas A & M Forest Service and New Mexico State Forestry. Partner cities included Phoenix, El Paso, Las Cruces and Albuquerque. Major funding was provided by the USDA Forest Service, Region 3 & 8; and the participating communities. Arizona State University provided website hosting for Project Desert Canopy materials.

Plano, Texas: Urban Forest Ecosystem Analysis

Springfield, MA i-Tree Canopy Assessments

Providence, RI - i-Tree Eco Assessment Report 2014

Urban Trees and Forests of the Chicago Region

Mesquite Urban Forest Ecosystem Analysis

Virginia Street Tree Assessment Project: An application of i-Tree Streets

Seattle's Forest Ecosystem Values: Analysis of the Structure, Function and Economic Benefits

Wisconsin DNR Green Bay Metro Region i-Tree Streets & i-Tree Canopy analysis project

Urban Forest of Tennessee a US Forest Service Report

Assessment of Ecosystem Services Provided by Urban Trees: Public Lands within the Urban Growth Boundary of Corvallis, Oregon

Street Tree Assessment and Stewardship Report for Radford, VA

Indiana Statewide Street Tree Analysis Summary

Arlington, TX

Chicago, IL

Washington, DC

Milwaukee, WI

Pittsburgh, PA

Urban Forests of Wisconsin

Casper, WY

Houston, TX

Minneapolis, MN Pilot