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Contact information
For information on the Wisconsin Urban Forest Assessment Program:
Andy Stoltman
Rural and urban forest inventory analyst
608-266-9841

Dan Buckler
Urban forest assessment specialist
608-267-0843

Urban Forestry Assessment (WisUFA) ProgramResources

Wisconsin resources


Reports:

Tools:

Supplementary information:

National resources


Reports:

  • Austin's Urban Forest, 2014 [exit DNR] - an analysis of the structure, function and benefits of the urban forest of Austin, TX using the USFS UFIA protocols for data gathering and analysis along with i-Tree models. This is the first report of its kind.

Tools:

  • i-Tree [exit DNR] – state-of-the-art, peer-reviewed software suite from the USDA Forest Service that provides urban and rural forestry analysis and benefits assessment tools.
  • National Tree Benefits Calculator [exit DNR] – a tool that allows anyone to estimate the economic and environmental benefits of individual street-side trees based on location, species and tree size.
  • My City's Trees [exit DNR] – an application that enables anyone to access Urban FIA data and produce custom analyses and reports. Currently, My City's Trees includes data for Austin, Texas.

Supplementary information:

Last revised: Monday February 26 2018