- Applications and Data [visible]
A file download & exchange area for computer applications, database or spreadsheet templates, GIS data, and Palm Pilot or other handheld programs.
These programs or data are all in the public domain and may be used as-is or modified if the source code is included.
- Collected Resources
Think of an Urban Forestry South "collection" as a shopping cart for ideas and information. Once information (i.e. content, resources) is added to the website, collections allow members to consolidate or group these individual resources.
- Image Gallery
- This is a collection of urban forestry images in resolutions suitable for web sites and printing. The photographer and publisher have granted permission for the non-commercial use of these copyrighted images provided that both receive appropriate attribution. In addition, the source of images downloaded from this site should be identified as Urban Forestry South.
This virtual library holds a wide range of urban forestry resources including: research abstracts and full text journal articles, trade magazine articles, CDs, other technology transfer resources, books (or chapters of books), patents, ordinances, theses and dissertations, and conference proceedings.
Urban Forestry South has described, cataloged, and verified links to outside sources of information relevant to urban and community forestry.
- Management Plans
This section of Urban Forestry South Expo provides access to the Urban Forest Management Planning library of urban forestry strategic and management plans from various communities around the country.
Urban forestry presentations that have downloadable PowerPoint or PDF copies that you may use as-is, or modify for your local community.
Urban forestry presentations may be connected with an event in the event calendar and also with the UFSe speakers database. Or they may be independent of the event calendar in which case the event and speaker details are listed in the detailed presentation description.
- Tree Ordinances
Often they are enacted in response to changes from rapid land development. Tree ordinances range in complexity from simple tree replacement standards to more comprehensive ordinances addressing natural resource issues.
Some ordinances apply to public property and the public right-of-way along streets, while others regulate tree loss and replacement on development projects.
- U&CF Programs
National, state and organization reports on U&CF program development and status. Includes state and council strategic plans, NUCFAC grant reports, and national discussions & reports on the U&CF program.