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This page provides information on completed and ongoing i-Tree Eco projects in the UK, with a focus on those projects where Forest Research have been collaborators or contributors.
i-Tree Eco provides a means to more fully understand a city’s urban forest with respect to its species composition, structure and condition, and to calculate and value many of the ecological benefits that that urban forest provides to those and live and work in the city. Data from an i-Tree Eco survey can be used for making effective resource management decisions, developing policy, and setting priorities for a town’s trees.
Many towns and cities across the UK have completed an i-Tree Eco project. Projects have also been conducted for single parks, estates, metropolitan areas and, even, at county level.
Links to project reports – full technical reports and summary documents – are provided in the menu to the left-hand side.
The partners and funders of each project are listed in the project specific reports.
This project is ongoing.
Each of these projects will aim, as a minimum, to:
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