i-Tree Academic Project for College and Technical School Students

The goal of the i-Tree Academic Project is to integrate the i-Tree software suite into university and technical school curriculum. The i-Tree Development Team feels that it is of the utmost importance to familiarize the next generation of Urban Foresters, Arborist, Urban Planners, Consultants, and Natural Resource Managers to the i-Tree software to better prepare them for their professional endeavors. With your help, we would like to bring i-Tree to our future community foresters.

Therefore, we are opening a line of communication between members of the academic community to facilitate the exchange of curriculum materials, thoughts, and ideas in regards to familiarizing students with i-Tree.

It is only through the participation of the academic community though that this project will be successful. We strongly encourage you to download, use, and even modify the materials on this website to best suit your method of instruction. Furthermore, we request that if you develop your own materials or methods that you feel are useful then to please share your ideas with your colleagues by submitting material or posting your ideas on our Discussion Board. A small effort by many goes a long way!

Submit Material

If you would like to submit curriculum material to be posted on this site, please email Dave Bloniarz, the i-Tree Academic Project Coordinator.

You may also post ideas, questions, and comments on our Discussion Forum.

Academic Discussion Forum

A private i-Tree Academic forum group has been created to facilitate communication between Academic team members. You must first register for forum access at the i-Tree forums website. Once registered, email Dave Bloniarz, the i-Tree Academic Forum Administrator, and request inclusion in the i-Tree Academic Forum Group


i-Tree Academic Project Coordinator
Dave Bloniarz
US Forest Service
i-Tree Academic Project Coordinator
e: dbloniarz@fs.fed.us
p: 413-545-3755