How We Help - Urban Forest Health Services
Urban trees provide numerous social, economic, and environmental benefits to a community. In an urban environment, trees deal with an incredible amount of stress that can compromise their health and overall value. Having a strong forest health program helps detect changes in a community’s urban canopy and allows for proactive management.
The i-Tree software suite, developed by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service and partners, quantifies urban forest attributes and assesses the economic, environmental and social benefits an urban forest provides to a community. i-Tree helps forest managers make informed ...LEARN MORE
Pest Detection Surveys & Support
Early detection of insect and disease pests, and particularly invasive species, is of the utmost importance when conserving tree canopy. BioForest uses the most current survey methodologies to gather data for early detection, population monitoring, forecasting future population levels and population...LEARN MORE
Community Involvement and Education Programs
Community awareness, engagement and education play an important role in conserving urban canopy. BioForest designs and coordinates volunteer programs that provide citizens with education, training and tools to help assess street trees in their community. Volunteers aid in early detection of threats ...LEARN MORE