Trees provide many benefits to our cities, towns, and villages. Trees benefit communities by improving air quality, mitigating stormwater, providing shade and enhancing aesthetic beauty, providing wildlife habitat, and increasing property value. These are only a few of the ways in which trees improve our quality of life. Explore these resources to learn how trees directly impact our lives at all scales; as individuals, communities, and as a state.
UCF's 25th Anniversary Tree Benefits Brochure (2017)
The Benefits of Trees Provides statistics on just how important trees are in a community setting.
Vibrant Cities Lab Make the case and see how trees improve human health, public safety, air quality and more.
Tree Owner Information Provides educational brochures to help tree owners understand best management practices and to promote a greater awareness of the benefits that trees provide in our communities.
Tree Benefits Describes the benefits that trees provide from social, communal, environmental, and economic perspectives.
Green Cities: Good Health Explore over 40 years of research on how trees, parks, gardens, and natural areas enhance quality of life in cities and towns.
The Alliance for Community Trees Resource guide on the benefits of trees.
Tree Values A homeowner’s guide to planning for, assessing, and reducing possible financial losses on trees, specimen shrubs, and evergreens.
Urban & Community Forestry Toolkit Step-by-step guide to implementing urban forestry in your community.