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i-Tree Online Workshop: Teaching with i-Tree Curriculum

Please join us for the June 2018 i-Tree Web Learning Session

Wednesday, June 27, 2018
1:00 PM (Eastern)
‘Teaching with i-Tree’

Please join us on Wednesday, June 27, 2018 for an in-depth look at Project Learning Tree’s new “Teaching with i-Tree Curriculum,” designed for use with middle and high school students, incorporating hands-on activities that engage students in discovering and analyzing the many environmental benefits that trees provide. Students use the free, online i-Tree Design software-developed by the U.S. Forest Service and the Davey Institute- to calculate the dollar value of the benefits provided by a tree or a set of trees. In the process, they are exploring the ways in which trees and green spaces are vital elements in the human ecosystem.

The program begins at 1:00 PM (Eastern), on Wednesday, June 27, 2018.

PRE-REGISTRATION is required for this session in order to provide the most streamlined user experience. To register, please visit

About i-Tree: 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.

For more information on i-Tree, please visit

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