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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 UFS 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.

Evaluating Stormwater Benefits of Atlanta's Urban Forest
This presentation was given at StormCon 2019 in Atlanta, GA. It shows how the City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management used existing i-Tree Eco data to help create Watershed Improvement Plans (WIPs) throughout the city.
Filling a Need: Developing training for stormwater managers about the influence of trees on urban stormwater
This presentation was given by Charles Barden at the pre-conference workshop for the Center for Watershed Protection Annual Conference in Charleston, SC. This presentation reviews the results from a Stormwater Manager survey assessing the need for training and materials to help them use urban trees ...
Digging into the data: unraveling the influence of urban trees on stormwater quantity and quality
This presentation was given by Trisha Moore at the pre-conference workshop for the 2019 Center for Watershed Protection Annual Conference in Charleston, SC. It shows some of her preliminary results from a meta-analysis done on the most current trees and stormwater research.
Integrating a canopy interception spreadsheet tool with WinSLAMM for site stormwater design: potential water quantity and quality benefits
This presentation was given by Dane Wudel at the pre-conference workshop for the Center for Watershed Protection Annual Conference in Charleston, SC. It reviews a spreadsheet tool developed to show how tree canopy cover modifies rainfall volume that can be fed into the WinSLAMM model.
Better Root Systems with Gravel Beds
This presentation, given at the 2018 Georgia Urban Forest Council Annual Conference at Jekyll Island, describes the function, construction, and maintenance of a gravel bed for growing bare-root trees to be out-planted.
Stormwater Goes Green: The Benefit and Health of Trees in Green Stormwater Infrastructure
This webcast was delivered on Jan. 29, 2018 by Andrew Tirpak through Forester University. It describes some of his research results looking at trees in bioretention practices in TN and NC.
Urban Trees & Carbon
Measuring & Managing the Urban Forest For Carbon
Essential Resources for Storm Preparation
A presentation at the South Carolina Urban and Community Forestry Council's annual conference in Columbia, SC (2007)
The Climate Protection Agreement
Urban forestry and the US Conference of Mayors' Climate Protection Agreement.
Issues, Challenges and Opportunities at the Wildland-Urban Interface
This presentation introduces the range of issues, challenges and opportunities for natural resource professionals working in the wildland-urban interface.
Firewise Retrofit Home

This interactive module demonstrates the process of retrofitting ...

Wildland-Urban Interface: Sustaining Forests in a Changing Landscape

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Urban Natural Resources as Capital Assets
 
Green Infrastructure - An Introduction
This presentation discusses the role that sites and neighborhoods can play into the development of larger GI projects.
Urban Tree Inventories: Moving from ideas to management
This presentation was given at the Georgia Urban Forest Council annual meeting in Rome, GA on October 31, 2007. It outlines the basics of an urban forest management plan and how tree inventories are used in the plan.
Urban Forests: Trees, forests, managament, services
A presentation to the Trees Atlanta Treekeepers volunteers & staff at the Kendeda Center.
Urban Forestry in the South: Trends and Future Opportunities
A presentation at the TreeSC Annual Conference in Charleston, SC.
Urban Forests and Infrastructure Asset Management
Presentation on the role asset management can play in the sustainable management of our urban forests.
Trees & Air Pollution
 
Trees & Air Pollution (Athens)
 
Resources, Research and Tools
 
Marketing and Communications: Tools for Repositioning Urban and Community Forestry
 
Many Hands Make for Light Work After a Natural Disaster - Gulf Coast Tree Assessment Project
 
i-Tree Vue: Assessing the Community Forest
This presentation was given in Florida at a series of three i-Tree workshops (Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, and St. Augustine).
i-Tree Storms: Storm Debris Assessment Tool
This was presented at a series of three i-Tree workshops (Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, and St. Augustine) in November 2009. This presentation was geared toward the pre-storm analysis of the Hurricane adaptation.
i-Tree for Professional Arborists
 
Gulf Coast Tree Assessment: 2006 Presentation to ISA
 
Green Infrastructure: Opportunities for Local Communities
A PDF of a presentation to the National Community Land Trust (NCLT) Network at their 2009 conference in Athens, Georgia.
Gulf Coast Tree Assessment (USDA FS Chief's Review)
A presentation to the Chief of the USDA Forest Service and the Review Team during the 2006 review of the State & Private Forestry program in the Southern Region.
Gulf Coast Tree Assessment: A Partnership Responding to Community Needs
 
History and Current Status of U&CF Research
 
How Do We Educate Them
 
Carbon Credits for Communities
An opportunity or responsibility?
Bare-root Tree Planting Project in the Georgia Piedmont
 
An Introduction to Green Infrastructure
A short introduction to the green infrastructure concept.
Essential Resources for Storm Preparation (PPT)
A presentation at the South Carolina Urban and Community Forestry Council's annual conference in Columbia, SC (2007)
Urban Trees & Carbon (PPT)
Measuring & Managing the Urban Forest For Carbon
Greening Urban & Community Forestry in the Southern Region: The Role of Partnerships
 
Benefits of Urban Trees (Powerpoint)
This is a conversion of the September 2003 update of the benefits brochure (R8-FR-71) into a Powerpoint presentation. Each brochure page has been added, as an image, to the left of the slide and there is room for adding custom text to the right of each image.
Issues, Challenges and Opportunities at the Wildland-Urban Interface
 
Urban Forestry South Presentation to WO Review Team
 
Creating a PowerPoint Presentation by Importing Images
 
Virginia's Municipal Tree Restoration Project
 
The Street Tree - Utility Easement Conflict
 
Expanding Boundaries for Urban Forestry
A Call for a New Framework
Tree Species Suitable for Utility Lines
 
Storm Damage to Urban Trees
These photos show storm damage to urban trees after hurricanes and ice storms
How To Prune Trees
 
Community Trees and Carbon Sequestration
A brief introduction into carbon offset markets for urban forest managers.
i-Tree: Calculating form, function, and value of the urban forest
This presentation was given at the Oklahoma Urban Forest Council annual conference in August 2010.
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