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Evaluating the influence of design strategies and meteorological factors on tree transpiration in bioretention suspended pavement practices
U.S. Forest Service, Grant/Award Number: 14‐DG‐11132540‐098 US Forest Service (USFS) National Urban and Community Forestry Advisory Council (NUCFAC) read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: American Beech
Fact sheet describing the American beech tree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: American Chestnut
Fact sheet describing the American chestnut tree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: American Elm
Fact sheet describing the American elm. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: American Sycamore
Fact sheet describing the American Sycamore. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Balsam Poplar
Fact sheet describing the balsam poplar. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Black Cherry
Fact sheet describing the black cherry tree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Black Locust
Fact sheet describing the black locust tree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Black Tupelo
Fact sheet describing the black tupelo tree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Black Willow
Fact sheet describing the black willow tree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Boxelder
Fact sheet describing the boxelder tree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Eastern Cottonwood
Fact sheet describing the Eastern cottonwood tree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Eastern redcedar
Fact sheet describing the Eastern redcedar tree read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Gray Birch
Fact sheet describing the gray birch tree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Hawthorn
Fact sheet describing the hawthorn tree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Honeylocust
Fact sheet describing the honeylocust tree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Hophornbeam
Fact sheet describing the hophornbeam tree.
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Hophornbeam
Fact sheet describing the hophornbeam tree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Horsechestnut
Fact sheet describing the horsechestnut tree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Jack Pine
Fact sheet describing the jack pine tree.
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Jack Pine
Fact sheet describing the jack pine tree.
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Jack Pine
Fact sheet describing the jack pine tree.
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Jack Pine
Fact sheet describing the jack pine tree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Northern White Cedar
Fact sheet describing the Northern white cedar tree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Pin Cherry
Fact sheet describing the pin cherry tree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Quaking Aspen
Fact sheet describing the quaking aspen tree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Red Oak
Fact sheet describing the red oak tree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Scotch Pine
Fact sheet describing the scotch pine tree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Shagbark Hickory
Fact sheet describing the shagbark hickory. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Silver Maple
Fact sheet describing the silver maple tree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Slippery Elm
Fact sheet describing the slippery elm tree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Speckled Alder
Fact sheet describing the speckled alder. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Striped Maple
Fact sheet describing the striped maple tree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: Tuliptree
Fact sheet describing the tuliptree. read more...
Maine Tree Species Fact Sheet: White Oak
Fact sheet describing the white oak tree. read more...
Make Your Land More Appealing to Wild Birds: Maintain Native Plants!
This fact sheet describes how landowners and land managers can increase the suitability of urban and suburban areas, i.e. yards and parks, as habitat for native birds (focus on ground and shrub nesting species). read more...
Managing Natural Resources: A Guide for Municipal Commissions
This publication serves as a guide for municipalities on the planning and management of street trees, parks, and open space as important community assets. read more...
Managing Stormwater for Urban Sustainability Using Trees and Structural Soils
This publication investigates a stormwater BMP design and function that relies on shade trees and structural soils. read more...
Managing Stormwater for Urban Sustainability Using Trees and Structural Soils
A new space-saving infiltration BMP that mitigates runoff from paved areas read more...
Managing the Forests Where We Live: An Assessment of Washington State Cities
An assessment of the urban forestry programs of Washington state citieswas done by the University of Washington. read more...
Managing Urban Forest Fear/Safety and Vegetation/Privacy
This study documents the importance of privacy as a desiredoutcome from visiting an urban forest. read more...
Managing Wet Weather With Green Infrastructure - Water Quality Scorecard
The two main goals of this tool are to: (1) help communities protect water quality by identifying ways to reduce the amount of stormwater flows in a community and (2) educate stakeholders on the wide range of policies and regulations that have water quality implications. read more...
Manual of Wood Decay in Trees
 
Manual of Woody Landscape Plants : Their Identification, Ornamental Characteristics, Culture, Propagation and Uses
 
Maple Sugaring on Keystone's Woodland Campus
 
Mapping the Wildland-Urban Interface in the United States
 
Marketing & Communications- Part I: Marketing 101 (Webcast)
In the commercial business world of selling hamburgers, long-distance phone services, and other consumer goods, the most common definition of marketing is: product, price, and distribution.
Marketing & Communications- Part II: Strategy & Public Relations (Webcast)
Nonprofit marketing can be thought of as exchanges of one value for another.
Marketing & Communications- Part III: Building & Positioning Your Brand (Webcast)
Pretty brochures, zippy websites, and catchy slogans can be effective, but only when part of a coordinated marketing effort. After all, the goal of marketing your urban forestry program is to achieve real results.
Marketing & Communications- Part IV: Advertising & Promoting Tree Events (Webcast)
Urban forestry groups face very specific challenges in getting public recognition: the use of jargon-heavy technical language, limited budgets, and the reality that less than 7% of all donated dollars are contributed to environmental causes.
Maryland and Massachusetts Street Tree Monitoring Pilot Projects
 
Method for Calculating Carbon Sequestration by Trees in Urban and Suburban Settings
 
Midwest Community Tree Guide: Benefits, Costs, and Strategic Planting
 
Mile-A-Minute
 
Minnesota Conservation Volunteer - E.A.B. Alert: A Guide to the Emerald Ash Borer
There is big trouble for ash trees. This is a 12 page informational guide on EAB.
Minnesota EAB Community Preparedness Manual
Guide to preparing for and managing emerald ash borer at the city/town level
Minnesota Forest Pest First Detector Manual
Booklet describing key information necessary for identifying emerald ash borer, gypsy moth, Asian longhorned beetle, Sirex woodwasp, and thousand cankers disease of walnut.
Minnesota Invasive Non-native Terrestrial Plants
 
Minority Outreach Guide: Urban and Community Forestry
 
Mississippi Trees
A comprehensive guide to the common trees of Mississippi.
Moisture Stress: What Does That Mean for Trees?
A brief description of how and why moisture stress occurs in trees and ways to prevent it. read more...
Monitoring Forest Health
Promotional materials for the Missouri Forestkeepers Network
Monitoring Forest Health: A Call for Forestkeepers!
 
Mulch Iowa: A Guide to the Benfits of Mulch and Why You Should Use Mulch Produced in Iowa
 
Mulches for Your Garden
Discusses the benefits of mulch and proper application techniques. read more...
Mulching for Healthier Landscape Plants
This publication describes various types of mulch, their application, and the benefits to trees. read more...
Multiflora Rose
 
Municipal Tree Management in the United States: A 1994 Report
Survey results and studies on municipal tree programs.
Municipal Tree Management in the United States: A 1994 Report
 
Municipal Tree Restoration Program
 
My Ash Tree is Dead...Now What Do I Do?
 
NASF Urban Forest Health Monitoring Resolution
[This is] "the NASF Resolution on Urban Forest Health Monitoring that was approved at the annual meeting in Jackson. read more...
National Park(ing) Day
 
National Pollutant Removal Performance Database - 2nd Edition
 
National Urban and Community Forestry Advisory Council 2002 Annual Report
 
National Urban Forest Health Monitoring: Draft Field Manual
Field manual developed in Wisconsin for the pilot urban FHM projects. read more...
National Urban & Community Forestry Advisory Council: Annual Report for 2001
 
Native Plant Guide for Streams and Stormwater Facilities in Northeastern Illinois
Descriptions and illustrations of native species suitable for use along streams and in stormwater detension basins read more...
Native Plants for Wildlife Habitat and Conservation Landscaping
 
Native Species Planting Guide for New York City and Vicinity
 
Native Trees of Georgia
Georgia’s forests are home to approximately 250 species of trees. Native Trees of Georgia describes 92 of them. read more...
Native Trees, Shrubs, and Vines for Urban and Rural America
 
Natural Inquirer: Urban Forest Edition (Vol 6 No 1)
 
Natural Inquirer: Volume 6, Number 1 (Urban Forest Edition)
 
Natural Resource Management in the Urban Forest
 
Naturalistic Landscaping
 
Nature Experiences: Readings and References on Human Benefits
This factsheet includes a detailed list of readings and references pertaining to the ways trees contribute to human health and well being. read more...
Nature Play Design Guidelines Support Growing Natural Interest in Connecting Children with Nature
This case study highlights a 2011 NUCFAC-recommended USDA Forest Service grant, The Natural Play and Learning Areas National Guidelines Project. read more...
Nearby Nature in the City: Preserving and Enhancing Livability
Our focus is on the ways in which nature is experienced and the psychological andsocial benefits that come from seeing it, being in it, and exploring it. read more...
Nearby Nature in the City: Preserving and Enhancing Livability
A booklet describing ways in which nature is experienced and the psychological and social benefits that come from seeing it, being in it, and exploring it. read more...
NeighborWoods Month 101 (Webcast)
National NeighborWoods Month is a united campaign to celebrate trees and raise awareness for the value of urban forests.
NeighborWoods Month 101 (Webcast)
National NeighborWoods Month is a united campaign to celebrate trees and raise awareness for the value of urban forests.
New Jersey Arbor Day Activity Guide
 
New Jersey: Bacterial Leaf Scorch Survey Report
 
New Jersey's Big Trees
 
New Jersey's Shade Tree & Community Forestry Assistance Act
 
New Products Showcase – Maryland Tree Registry & Tree Benefits Calculator (webcast)
This webcast describes the new interactive, web-based tools developed by the Maryland DNR and its partners.
New Products Showcase – Tree Owner’s Manual (webcast)
This webcast features the newly released U.S. Forest Service publication, "Tree Owner’s Manual."
New Products Showcase - Planning the Urban Forest: Ecology, Economy, and Community Development (webcast)
This webcast highlights the book developed by the American Planning Association, American Forests, the International Society of Arboriculture, and the U.S. Forest Service.
New Tool Lets Experts Check Trees' Health Without Invasive Surgery
 
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