Trees & Forestry Resources
Websites and videos about forestry
We've compiled some resources about organizations working to improve the health and sustainability of forests throughout the United States. Follow the links below to gather more information, or to learn how you can help improve forests throughout the US.
American Forests believes healthy forests are our country's path to slow climate change and promote social equity. The oldest forest-focused organization in the country is working to ensure healthy forests thrive across America.
Produced by Mila Alvarez in conjunction with the US Endowment for Forestry and Communities, this site tells the story of America's use of forests. More importantly, it discusses how we can regrow them.
The Landscape and Human Health Laboratory (LHHL) is a multidisciplinary research lab studying the effects of the landscape on human health. Many articles are on the benefits of trees and greenery.
The US Forest Service is part of the US Department of Agriculture and oversees all areas of forests in the US. It is also working to improve Urban and Community Forests throughout the United States.
Site includes research on all factors that Urban Forests improve. Also includes a tool kit on urban forestry and how to implement an urban forest in your community.
"i-Tree is a state-of-the-art, peer-reviewed software suite from the USDA Forest Service that provides urban and rural forestry analysis and benefits assessment tools."