September 2008


“Using Surveys to Understand urban Forestry: What the public and public officials think about all those trees along the street, and what they are worth ” with Thomas Treiman, Natural Resource Economist, Missouri Department of Conservation.
This informational webcast will examine the use of surveys and public input in understanding the value of urban forests to the public and governing officials.  The presentation will cite recent examples of research work done in Missouri, and will outline the value of utilizing these tools as models which can be used in many urbanized settings.

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United States Department of Agriculture
USDA Forest Service


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