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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.
In order to better understand Cardiff’s urban trees, an i-Tree Eco survey was devised throughout 2017 and surveying was undertaken in late summer of 2017.
This work was funded by Cardiff City Council and Welsh Government.
The project partners were Cardiff City Council, Welsh Government, and Forest Research.
The infographic summary, full report, and supplementary report are available in the Documents section (below).
Forest Research are reviewing the impact on i-Tree Eco on the management of urban trees. If you have experience of i-Tree Eco and are interested in participating please read this page.
Bringing a fully functioning i-Tree Eco to the UK to support the quantification, valuation and resource management of urban trees, greenspaces and forests.