So many i-Tree participants celebrate the power of trees during spring planting events around Earth and Arbor Day. But the challenges of maintenance, stewardship, and health often continue after the big day. Join the Urban Natural Resources Institute (UNRI) on Thursday, May 23 for the next UNRI i-Tree Series webinar highlighting some strategies for using information from i-Tree to guide your post-planting strategies and prioritize your program goals.
i-Tree allows any community to conduct and analyze a sample, or complete 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. This will be a very informative session, and is intended to serve as a platform to provide important feedback to the i-Tree team, allowing your ideas to be brought into future planning efforts.
The program begins at 1:00 PM (Eastern), on Thursday, May 23, 2019
PRE-REGISTRATION is required for this session in order to provide the most streamlined user experience. To register, please visit https://bit.ly/2GvgWK8.
The Urban Natural Resources Institute is an initiative of the USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station.