A repository of knowledge associated with Australian urban forestry.
Effective community engagement should lead to increased support for the planting of new trees in public areas.Download
This guide gives urban forest practitioners a tool for connecting existing parks and reserves with multiple types of green infrastructure.Download
The purpose of this guide is to equip Australian urban forest planners and managers) with an overview of how how human health and wellbeing objectives might be practically considered in projects.Download
A guide to support the enhancement of urban forests in Western AustraliaDownload
A 10-step guide to creating an urban forest growth strategyDownload
This is the City of Melbourne's first urban forest strategy. It is the product of a collaborative process, developed over two years with a large number of stakeholdersDownload
This strategy encompasses all vegetation types including native forests, green roofs and walls on public and private land.Download
Greater Dandenong's canopy cover is one of the lowest in metropolitan Melbourne. This Strategy prioritises areas for increased canopy as well as best practice tree management.Download
These Guidelines cover various options and a decision-making framework for repurposing timber from trees removed in the public realmDownload
Toolkit contains Best Practice Review (attached), Case Studies, Self Assessment Tool, Economic Framework and Design GuidelinesDownload
An online assessment tool scoring green infrastructure elements by their effectiveness in providing ecosystem services. It is hoped it will increase vegetation cover on private land.
Nature in the City is an inspirational strategy to enable and realise a thriving urban ecology to enhance the future liveability of our city.Download
Once complete, the Yarra Strategic Plan will give effect to the Yarra River 50 Year Community Vision and provide a single, integrated river corridor plan enabling collaborative management of the riverDownload
The Living Pavilion (1 May - 17 May 2019) was a transdisciplinary project connecting Indigenous knowledge, ecological science, sustainable design and participatory arts.
Through multi-disciplinary research, this project will provide in-depth analysis of how people relate with urban trees. It will help us understand how people are affected by urban trees.
Published in Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2019, 16(21), 4241; https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph16214241
Published in Arboriculture & Urban Forestry 2013. 39(3): 136-145