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This comprehensive toolkit describes how residents can be recruited, educated about the benefits of urban forestry in their neighborhood — then trained and mobilized to assess trees and identify places where more can be planted. The partners compiled a three-part report: a resource management handbook for communities; results of a demonstration project in an underserved city ward; and a guide for using aerial imagery to map public and private trees.

Plan-it Geo for the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments and the DC Urban Forestry Administration

A Demonstration Project for Community-Level Urban Forest Assessment, Management, and Engagement in the District of Columbia

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