Resources related to community and urban forestry and the role that arboreta and botanic gardens can play in community forestry. To contribute a resource to the Community Forestry database, please contact the ArbNet Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Bontanic Gardens Conservation International (BGCI) Report by Nicole Cavender, Paul Smith and Kate Marfleet on the contributions and potential role that botanic gardens and arboreta can play in community forestry.
- Journal article published in Plants, People, Planet (PPP) by Nicole Cavender and Gerry Donnelly on the role that botanical gardens and arboreta can play in addressing urban forestry problems and urban tree health.
- Journal article published in PPP by Jessica Turner-Skoff and Nicole Cavender. A critical review of the benefits trees provide to communities and cities,
- International Society of Arboriculture article, published in the June 2019 Arborist News (pp. 55-60), written by ArbNet staff on the benefit of arboreta to communities.
- American Public Gardens Association (APGA) 2019 Conference Poster from Jehana Samaha and Cecil Konijendijk Van den Bosch (The Univeristy of British Columbia) that considers the role arborists play in community forestry.
- Results of polls taken at the APGA 2019 conference at an ArbNet hosted event where we asked questions about the attendees' involvement in community forestry.
- Ad used to promote ArbNet's APGA event through social media.
- Powerpoint presentation from Tower Hill Botanic Garden that describes their successful outreach and partnership program to bring horticulture to Worcester, Massachusetts.
- Morris Arboretum's webpage. To bring in revenue, Morris Arboretum offers arboricultural services to the Philadelphia tri-state area.
University of Massachusetts Amherst Urban Forestry and Lanscape Resources
- Landscape fact sheets (information on care/maintenance of trees, diseases, etc.)
- Urban Forestry Today (resources such as videos, lectures and publications on urban forestry)
- CRTI website. CRTI is a partnership for coordinated action on key issues facing trees in the Chicagoland region with actionable goals for canopy cover, species and age diversity and management expertise.
Chicago Region Trees Initiative (CTTI)
- Listing of Grants & Funding Opportunities