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    Webinar: i-Tree Online Workshop: Using the i-Tree for Street Tree Inventories, 12/14 1 PM EST

    i-Tree Online Workshop: Using the i-Tree for Street Tree Inventories
    Join the Urban Natural Resources Institute for the December 2017 i-Tree Web Learning Session

    Thursday, December 14 2017
    1:00 PM (Eastern)
    i-Tree Online Workshop: Using the i-Tree for Street Tree Inventories

    This upcoming i-Tree Web Learning Session will demonstrate how i-Tree can help you get up to speed with the latest tools for looking at trees growing along your community’s roadways. i-Tree software includes analysis tools for urban forest managers that use tree inventory data to quantify the dollar value of annual environmental and aesthetic benefits: energy conservation, air quality improvement, CO2 reduction, stormwater control, and property value increase.

    i-Tree allows any community to conduct and analyze sample or compete street tree inventory data, and make estimates of the structure, function and value of these components of your urban forest. Baseline data can be used to effectively manage the resource, develop policy and set priorities. Looking at information collected on existing street trees, this software allows managers to evaluate current benefits, costs, and management needs.

    PRE-REGISTRATION is required for this session in order to provide the most streamlined user experience. Please visit https://goo.gl/1EjAgh to register.

    The Urban Natural Resources Institute is an initiative of the USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station.

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    Webcast: Performing an Urban Site Assessment of Street Tree Planting Sites, 11/09 12 PM EST

    Performing an Urban Site Assessment of Street Tree Planting Sites
    Join the Urban Forestry Today Webcast.

    Thursday, November 9, 2017
    12:00 PM (Eastern)
    Urban tree health related challenges often arise from underlying site related conditions that typically include soil related problems. Join Prof Bryant Scharenbroch, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point, as he discusses the critical attributes of street tree planting site assessment and how practitioners can implement the new ‘rapid urban site index’ to identify potential problems.

    To attend live, & receive Free CEU’s visit: http://www.joinwebinar.com and enter the ID code: 311-319-675. This broadcast is free and will offer the opportunity for arborists to earn 1.0 ISA CEU and 0.5 MCA credit.

    ​The Urban Forestry Today Webcast Series is sponsored by the University of Massachusetts Department of Environmental Conservation, in cooperation with the USDA Forest Service, Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, University of Massachusetts Extension, and Massachusetts Tree Wardens’ & Foresters’ Association.

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    i-Tree Online Workshop: Using the i-Tree Database: Part 2

    i-Tree Online Workshop: Using the i-Tree Database: Part 2
    Join the Urban Natural Resources Institute for the September  i-Tree Web Learning Session

    Thursday, November 2, 2017
    1:00 PM (Eastern)
    i-Tree Online Workshop: Using the i-Tree Database: Part 2

    This session will continue to introduce the latest i-Tree tool: Database.  Database provides a central submission site for new data that users develop while completing their own i-Tree studies. Submitted data is vetted and officially added to i-Tree Eco. i-Tree Database allows users to: View and comment on the tree species and location data in the databases; Add new species, location, precipitation, and pollution data to the databases.

    This is a continuation of last month’s session which introduced the software tool. If you were unable to attend Part 1, you are welcome to join this session, since it picks up on brand new topics related to i-Tree Database. This will be a very informative session, and take a look at this new i-Tree tool that has not yet be presented during the i-Tree Webcast Series.

    PRE-REGISTRATION is required for this session.
    Please visit https://goo.gl/QKzCBn to reserve your seat.

    The Urban Natural Resources Institute is an initiative of the USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station.

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    i-Tree Online Workshop: Using the i-Tree Database

    i-Tree Online Workshop: Using the i-Tree Database
    Join the Urban Natural Resources Institute for the September  i-Tree Web Learning Session

    Thursday, September 28, 2017
    1:00 PM (Eastern)
    i-Tree Online Workshop: Using the i-Tree Database

    This session will introduce the latest i-Tree tool: Database.  Database provides a central submission site for new data that users develop while completing thier own i-Tree studies. Submitted data is vetted and officially added to i-Tree Eco. i-Tree Database allows users to: View and comment on the tree species and location data in the databases; Add new species, location, precipitation, and pollution data to the databases.

    This will be a very informative session, and take a look at this new i-Tree tool that has not yet be presented during the i-Tree Webcast Series.

    PRE-REGISTRATION is required for this session.
    Please visit https://goo.gl/PNhpUF to reserve your seat.

    The Urban Natural Resources Institute is an initiative of the USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station.

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    2017 Chesapeake Forest Champion Nominations due 9/1!

    Two weeks left to submit your Chesapeake Forest Champion nominations! 

    The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay with support from the U.S. Forest Service is soliciting nominations for their annual Chesapeake Forest Champions contest. Forests provide clean water and air, wildlife habitat, recreational opportunities, and a host of other benefits to people. In rural and urban areas alike, trees are one of our greatest allies in reducing the pollution that flows off the land into local waterways and, ultimately, to the Bay. With 100 acres of the region’s forest lost to development each day, the need for local champions of trees and forests has never been greater.

    The purpose of this contest is to recognize the outstanding efforts of groups and individuals from around the Bay watershed to conserve, restore, and celebrate Chesapeake forests in 2017. The contest is open to all including landowners, community groups, nonprofits, forestry and natural resource professionals, schools, youth organizations, businesses, public agencies and others working in rural, suburban and urban areas. Basically, if you know any group or individual who is doing outstanding work for forests, as a volunteer or professional, nominate them. Nominations submitted for either of the last two contests will automatically be considered for 2017.

    Nominations must be completed using the form linked here and submitted to forests@allianceforthebay.org by September 1st. Nominations submitted for the last two contests will automatically be considered for 2017. Winners will be recognized at the annual Chesapeake Watershed Forum on November 3rd, in Shepherdstown, WV. Registration, food and lodging expenses at the Forum will be covered for contest awardees.

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    Now Accepting Nominations for the 2017 Chesapeake Forest Champion Contest

    The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay with support from the U.S. Forest Service is soliciting nominations for their annual Chesapeake Forest Champions contest. Forests provide clean water and air, wildlife habitat, recreational opportunities, and a host of other benefits to people. In rural and urban areas alike, trees are one of our greatest allies in reducing the pollution that flows off the land into local waterways and, ultimately, to the Bay. With 100 acres of the region’s forest lost to development each day, the need for local champions of trees and forests has never been greater.

    The purpose of this contest is to recognize the outstanding efforts of groups and individuals from around the Bay watershed to conserve, restore, and celebrate Chesapeake forests in 2017. The contest is open to all including landowners, community groups, nonprofits, forestry and natural resource professionals, schools, youth organizations, businesses, public agencies and others working in rural, suburban and urban areas. Basically, if you know any group or individual who is doing outstanding work for forests, as a volunteer or professional, nominate them. Nominations submitted for either of the last two contests will automatically be considered for 2017.

    Nominations must be completed using the form linked here and submitted to forests@allianceforthebay.org by September 1st. Nominations submitted for the last two contests will automatically be considered for 2017. Winners will be recognized at the annual Chesapeake Watershed Forum on November 3rd, in Shepherdstown, WV. Registration, food and lodging expenses at the Forum will be covered for contest awardees.

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    Mid Atlantic Urban Wood Forum: Applied Practices in Utilization, 08/15-08/16

    Mid Atlantic Urban Wood Forum: Applied Practices in Utilization

    Richmond, VA

    August 15 – 16, 2017, 8 AM – 3:30 PM

    This forum will feature a host of urban wood experts from across the United States. The target audience for this forum includes arborists, tree care companies, forestry professionals, wood crafters, municipality staff, academia and portable sawmill owners. 

     

    Sponsored by US Forest Service, Southern Region, Virginia Department of Forestry, Trees Virginia (Virginia Urban Forest Council), and the Virginia Urban Wood Group.

     

    Cost: $140.00 (includes breakfast and lunch both days, morning and afternoon refreshments, and the field trip)

    CEUs: This event has been approved for a total of 10.75 ISA CEUs (attendance for both days).  This event has also been approved for a total of 11 SHARP Logger Continuing Education Credits

    Register online at: http://www.treesvirginia.org/events/paid/74-mauwf

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    Webinar: The Sustainable Urban Forest: A Step-by-Step Approach, 8/15 12 PM EDT

    Webinar: The Sustainable Urban Forest: A Step-by-Step Approach

    Penn State Extension Community Forestry Management Monthly Webinar Series

    Tuesday, August 15, 2017, 12 PM – 1 PM (Eastern Time)

     

    Several years in the making, this comprehensive and widely anticipated guide was finally released at the Arbor Day Foundation Partners in Community Forestry Conference last fall. Developed as part of a collaboration between the U.S. Forest Service and the Davey Institute, the free handbook is designed to help urban forest managers assess the state of their urban forest, identify issues and opportunities, and chart a path toward long-term sustainability. It presents a scalable approach that can be adapted by any “community” that seeks to pursue a similar path in its realm of responsibility. This could include a county, city, park district, conservation district, university or corporate campus, homeowner association, or any other such entities. An updated self-assessment method, based on the pioneering “Model of Urban Forest Sustainability” first developed by Jim Clark and colleagues in 1997, forms a cornerstone of the guide. The assessment tool enables users to set goals and track progress on numerous targets within three broad categories: Trees and Forest, Community Framework, and Resource Management Approach.

     

    The Sustainable Urban Forest publication is available for download online and will also be accessible for download during the webinar.

     

    Presented by: Michael Leff, author of The Sustainable Urban Forest

    Where: Webinar at https://meeting.psu.edu/pacommunityforestry  

    Use the link above to access the webinar room starting 15 minutes prior to the webinar start time. Enter the webinar as a guest by typing your name in the name box and click the “Enter Room” button.

    Cost:  Free

    Continuing Education Credits: One Continuing Education Credit for Landscape Architects; Society of American Foresters (CFEs); and PLNA Certified Horticulturalist (PCH) will be offered to attendees. One CEU for International Society of Arboriculture Certified Arborists will be awarded with 80% or higher score on webinar quiz. Certificates of attendance will be provided after the program.

    For more information, visit http://extension.psu.edu/natural-resources/forests/courses/community-forestry-management-webinars

    or contact Scott Sjolander at 814-350-7749 or sas305@psu.edu

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    TODAY- WEBINAR: Drought and Urban Forests, July 25, 2:00 PM EDT

    Webinar: Drought and Urban Forests
    Tuesday, July 25, 2017 2:00 PM EDT
    Please join the USDA Office of Sustainability and Climate for a webinar about urban forest health in the face of a changing climate.

    Recent droughts have caused stress and mortality in urban forests, reducing the cooling, clean air, and carbon storage provided by trees. Because human populations are growing in most U.S. cities, it will become increasingly important to maintain healthy, productive urban forests. Scientists and urban foresters are working together to quantify recent drought-related stress and find management strategies for sustainable urban landscapes.

    Audio Conference Line: 1-877-369-5243; Access Code: 0288882#
    WO Meeting Room: Civilian Conservation Corps (PNW04)
    Questions? Contact Lois Ziemann, lziemann@fs.fed.us

     

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    Register Today for Trees for All: Chesapeake Regional Environmental Justice Workshop, 8/8-8/9

    Trees for All: Chesapeake Regional Environmental Justice Workshop
    When: Tuesday August 8, 2017: 12:30 p.m.- 4 p.m.
    Wednesday, August 9, 2017: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
    Where: Patuxent Wildlife Refuge Visitor’s Center, Laurel MD
    Cost: $25.00
    Don’t miss your chance to attend Trees for All: Chesapeake Regional Environmental Justice Workshop! This two-day event hosted by Lillie Leaf Solutions will bring together diverse stakeholders working to retain and increase healthy tree canopy in their communities. Learn from exemplary regional and national initiatives, including TreeBaltimore, New Jersey Tree Foundation, Miami Parks and Recreation, and Urban ReLeaf in Oakland, California.
    Whether you work in government, a nonprofit, the private sector or contribute as a community volunteer, this workshop is designed to help you address environmental injustice as it relates to community trees.

    To register, click here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/trees-for-all-chesapeake-regional-environmental-justice-workshop-tickets-34553549597

    This workshop is supported through a grant from the USDA Forest Service, in partnership with Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, DC Urban Forestry Administration, Prince George’s County, and Maryland Department of Natural Resources.

    Maryland Tree Expert and International Society of Arboriculture CEUs are pending.
    Travel scholarships are available for those who qualify.

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    Request for Proposals: Assessing Multifunctional Riparian Forest Buffer Benefits, due 8/18 5 PM EST

    Attached is an RFP for two projects, Assessing Multifunctional Riparian Forest Buffer Benefits and Preliminary State-Identified Healthy Watersheds Vulnerability Assessments for the Chesapeake Bay Watershed. Please note that the deadline for proposals is 5:00PM on August 18, 2017 and proposals must be submitted using the Chesapeake Bay Trust’s Online Application System; additional details on how to apply are found in the RFP.

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    Register Today for Trees for All: Chesapeake Regional Environmental Justice Workshop, 8/8-8/9

    Trees for All: Chesapeake Regional Environmental Justice Workshop
    When: Tuesday August 8, 2017: 12:30 p.m.- 4 p.m.
    Wednesday, August 9, 2017: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
    Where: Patuxent Wildlife Refuge Visitor’s Center, Laurel MD
    Cost: $25.00
    Don’t miss your chance to attend Trees for All: Chesapeake Regional Environmental Justice Workshop! This two-day event hosted by Lillie Leaf Solutions will bring together diverse stakeholders working to retain and increase healthy tree canopy in their communities. Learn from exemplary regional and national initiatives, including TreeBaltimore, New Jersey Tree Foundation, Miami Parks and Recreation, and Urban ReLeaf in Oakland, California.

     

    Whether you work in government, a nonprofit, the private sector or contribute as a community volunteer, this workshop is designed to help you address environmental injustice as it relates to community trees.

     

    To register, click here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/trees-for-all-chesapeake-regional-environmental-justice-workshop-tickets-34553549597

     

    This workshop is supported through a grant from the USDA Forest Service, in partnership with Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, DC Urban Forestry Administration, Prince George’s County, and Maryland Department of Natural Resources.

     

    Maryland Tree Expert and International Society of Arboriculture CEUs are pending.

    Travel scholarships are available for those who qualify.

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    Webinar: Green Infrastructure- A Lesson in Change, 7/18 12 PM EDT

    Webinar: Green Infrastructure- A Lesson in Change
    Tuesday, July 18th, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
    Presented by: Donna Foster, Landscape Architect, US Forest Service, Northeastern Area State And Private Forestry

    Participate in this Penn State Community Forestry Management Webinar and hear a landscape architect’s perspective on engagement and relationship building and explore how past and present views on tree planting and design have merged while cultivating more respect and understanding between three professions as they work to reclaim unused lands, address environmental justice and create livable biologically functioning places in cities and towns across the nation.

    To participate, use this link to access the webinar room starting 15 minutes prior to the webinar start time. Enter the webinar as a guest by typing your name in the name box and click the “Enter Room” button.

    This webinar is part of the Penn State Community Forestry Management Webinar Series. For more information about this webinar and others in the series, go to http://extension.psu.edu/natural-resources/forests/courses/community-forestry-management-webinars.

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    Webinar: I-Tree Workshop: What’s New with Landscape, 6/26 1:00 PM EDT

    i-Tree Online Workshop: What’s New with Landscape
    Please join the Urban Natural Resources Institute for the June  i-Tree Web Learning Session

    Monday, June 26, 2017
    1:00 PM (Eastern)
    i-Tree Online Workshop: What’s New with Landscape

    Join the Urban Natural Resources Institute for this session to outline the latest advances in i-Tree Landscape, the online tool that allows you to explore geospatial data for an area of interest. It makes use of datasets, such as land cover and U.S. Census data, to provide local information, tree benefits, and planting prioritization by designated management boundaries. i-Tree Landscape allows you to explore tree canopy, land cover, and basic demographic information in a location of your choosing. With the information provided by i-Tree Landscape, you will learn about the benefits of trees in your selected location, see how planting trees will increase the benefits provided, and map the areas where you decide to prioritize your tree planting efforts.

    This web seminar will provide attendees with valuable tips to maximize the value of the latest version of this advanced i-Tree tool. This should be a very informative session, and your attendance will help to make it a valuable resource opportunity for all attendees. Please plan to join us.

    PRE-REGISTRATION is required for this session.
    Please visit https://goo.gl/r7RYSA to reserve your seat.

    The Urban Natural Resources Institute is an initiative of the USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station.

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    Webinar: Making Trees Count, 6/21 1 – 2:30 PM EDT

    Making Urban Trees Count
    Wednesday, June 21, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM EDT
    This webcast will review the available stormwater crediting systems for urban tree planting and will present a new crediting system that includes a design specification for urban tree planting that can be integrated into state and local compliance systems for stormwater management, TMDLs and other water quality requirements. For more information and to register, see http://www.cwp.org/events/webcast-3-making-urban-trees-count/.

    This webinar is part of the Center for Watershed Protection webcast series.

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    Webinar: Diversify Now! Increasing Resilience of Urban Forests by Expanding Species Diversity 6/20, 12 PM EDT

    Diversify Now! Increasing Resilience of Urban Forests by Expanding Species Diversity (Webinar)
    Tuesday, June 20th, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
    Presented by Andrew Hillman, Davey Resource Group
    A changing climate and mounting threats from pests and diseases pose challenges to ensuring the continued health of the urban forest. Subjects such as assisted migration, phenotypic plasticity, monotypic species, urban microclimates, and hardy cultivars will be discussed. One example will be southern magnolias thriving for many years as street trees in upstate New York.

    This webinar is part of the PennState Extension Community Management Webinar Series. For more information, visit: http://extension.psu.edu/natural-resources/forests/courses/community-forestry-management-webinars

    Use the link below to access the webinar room starting 15 minutes prior to the webinar start time.

    https://meeting.psu.edu/pacommunityforestry

    Enter the webinar as a guest by typing your name in the name box and click the “Enter Room” button.

    Contact Scott Sjolander (sas305@psu.edu) for more information.

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    Webinar: Diversify Now! Increasing Resilience of Urban Forests by Expanding Species Diversity 6/20, 12 PM EDT

    Diversify Now! Increasing Resilience of Urban Forests by Expanding Species Diversity (Webinar)
    Tuesday, June 20th, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
    Presented by Andrew Hillman, Davey Resource Group
    A changing climate and mounting threats from pests and diseases pose challenges to ensuring the continued health of the urban forest. Subjects such as assisted migration, phenotypic plasticity, monotypic species, urban microclimates, and hardy cultivars will be discussed. One example will be southern magnolias thriving for many years as street trees in upstate New York.

    This webinar is part of the PennState Extension Community Management Webinar Series. For more information, visit: http://extension.psu.edu/natural-resources/forests/courses/community-forestry-management-webinars

    Use the link below to access the webinar room starting 15 minutes prior to the webinar start time.

    https://meeting.psu.edu/pacommunityforestry

    Enter the webinar as a guest by typing your name in the name box and click the “Enter Room” button.

    Contact Scott Sjolander (sas305@psu.edu) for more information.

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    Webinar: Citizen Science and Open Data in Urban Forestry: Opportunities and Challenges, 6/14 1 pm EST

    June 14, 2017 | 1:00-2:15pm ET

    Citizen Science and Open Data in Urban Forestry: Opportunities and challenges
    Lara Roman, USDA Forest Service
    Deborah Boyer, Azavea

     

    As urban forest managers seek new ways to engage the public, many municipalities, non-profit groups, and tree advocates turn to citizen science and open data to connect with stakeholders and constituents. These projects can generate public interest, but there are concerns about the need for data coordination, quality control, open access, and long-term funding and resource commitment. The goal is to create a project where time spent on training and oversight yields great benefits in public awareness and support, as well as quality data that will drive good management and policy decisions. In this webinar, Lara Roman will present findings from a study of volunteer data quality in urban tree inventories and implications for the use of citizen science for various urban forest data collection needs. Deborah Boyer will share lessons learned from citizen science and open data projects across the United States and discuss various technical approaches. Together, these presentations will help you determine whether citizen science and open data projects are right for your program.

    This webinar is presented by the USDA Forest Service Urban Forest Connections Webinar Series. Click here to connect to the webinar.

     

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    Webinar: Evaluating CREP Riparian Buffers in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed 6/15, 2 PM EDT

    Evaluating CREP Riparian Buffers in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed
     

    June 15, 2017, 2 PM EDT

     

    Presenters: Peter Kleinman,  Robert Brooks, Carlington Wallace, Tamie Veith, and Greg McCarty (Agricultural Research Service, Penn State University, and University of Maryland).

     

    Meeting Description:
    Riparian buffers play an important role in mitigation programs aimed at cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay. The Bay watershed includes over 20,000 forested buffer projects that have been funded by USDA’s Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program. To better understand the status and outcomes of this considerable investment, USDA’s Farm Service Agency has formed a collaborative research team with other USDA agencies (Agricultural Research Service, Natural Resource Conservation Service, Forest Service), Penn State University, and the U.S. Geological Survey. Now in its second year, the project includes studies of site conditions of 150 CREP riparian buffers in PA, MD and VA, evaluation of how well CREP sites intercept runoff, understanding of the diverse set of ecosystem services that can be offered by riparian buffers and preliminary inferences regarding the siting, design and management of riparian buffers.

    This meeting is hosted by the USDA Farm Service Agency.

     

    Meeting Registration link.

     

    Webinar URL: https://cc.readytalk.com/r/s1u9zn5ozcu3&eom
    Streaming audio available through your computer.

    Or you can call in to listen to the audio via your phone

    U.S. Toll: 303.248.0285

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    i-Tree Online Workshop: State of the Science, 5/24 1 PM EST

    i-Tree Online Workshop: State of the Science
    This i-Tree Web Learning Session is offered by the Urban Natural Resources Institute, an initiative of the USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station.

    Wednesday, May 24, 2017
    1:00 PM (Eastern)
    i-Tree Online Workshop: State of the Science

    This month, please join Dr. David Nowak, US Forest Service, as he discusses the science that is powering i-Tree, and looks at the planned future features of scientific research that i-Tree will offer to users. Plan to join this one-hour, interactive session, and learn about the importance and value of science, as we move forward on bringing urban forest inventory and analysis tools to the marketplace.

    i-Tree 2017 is a state-of-the-art, peer-reviewed software suite from the USDA Forest Service that provides urban forestry analysis and benefits assessment tools. The i-Tree Tools help communities of all sizes to strengthen their urban forest management and advocacy efforts by quantifying the structure of community trees and the environmental services that trees provide. For more information on i-Tree 2017, please visit http://www.itreetools.org/.

    PRE-REGISTRATION is required for session in order to provide the most streamlined user experience. PLEASE VISIT https://goo.gl/WsyOj4 TO REGISTER.

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