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Upcoming e-Learning Webcasts
Please join us for a comprehensive web-based instructional series that will introduce the latest tools in the i-Tree software suite, as well as bring you up to date on the improvements that have been made to the i-Tree collection of inventory, analysis and reporting tools for urban and community forests. i-Tree 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. The online training seminar series will take place monthly, with live, interactive sessions led by members of the i-Tree development team and other instructors. This web-based series will introduce i-Tree to you, help you understand its value as an important tool in your urban forest management toolkit and provide you with hands-on demonstrations related to the installation, use and reporting components of the software suite.
July 2021 E-LEARNING WEBCAST
When: Thursday, July 22, 2021, 1 pm EST
What: Forest Planning for Watershed Health
Please join this webinar that will present a unique initiative that utilized a range of i-Tree Tools to undertake the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) Project: “Urban Forest Enhancements of Ecosystem Services”. In this free online session James Kruegler and Robbie Coville of the the Davey Institute will discuss these watershed scenario-assessment and decision-support findings at our July 22nd i-Tree Online Workshop. Using i-Tree Hydro, Landscape, Species, and the new Research Suite tool i-Tree Buffer, we’ll present general insights about key questions for ecological stormwater management. During the presentation, Robbie will share ways to use these reports, key findings and limitations, and how this information can be applied within these watersheds and beyond.
Pre-Registration for this event is required. Please visit the following to complete your registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/i-tree-workshop-series-july-2021-forest-planning-for-watershed-health-tickets-161019376289
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 www.itreetools.org/.