Sources for More Information

Bulletin #61: Trees and Green Space Make Economic Sense

Links to More Information about Tree Benefits

The following websites are by no means the only sources of additional information on the economic values of trees but will provide an excellent start in a search:

Links to Red Fields and Smart Growth

Information for Homeowners Associations

  • Homeowner Association Community Forestry Stewardship Project–Advancing Advocacy and Best Management Practices Through Training and Education.

    This is in CD format with five chapters that cover: Landscape Trees, Woodlands, Streams, Wetlands and Naturalized Stormwater Basins. It also includes a Leadership Guide to help with organizing workshops to promote best management practices.

    Available at no cost from:

    Davey Resource Group
    P.O. Box 5193
    Kent, Ohio 44240-5193

  • Another manual is currently being prepared by the Morton Arboretum and cooperators. It is part of a program called Sustainable Landscape Resources for Community Associations and will help Home Owner’s Associations make better decisions, focus on holistic, long-term landscape design, and retrofit dysfunctional, existing landscapes.

More Information

Call 1-888-448-7337 Monday–Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM CST


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