Statewide Urban Tree Inventory

Montana Statewide Urban Tree Inventory (Interactive Map) - View tree species, size and locations in 61 towns that have been inventoried in TreeKeeper 8.  TreeKeeper is Davey Resource Group's tree management software system.  It is best viewed using the Chrome browser.

State of Community Trees in Montana, 2017 - Summary report of Montana's statewide urban/community forest (16 pages)

Montana Urban Forest Resource Analysis, 2017 - Detailed resource analysis with annual tree benefits report by Davey Resource Group (61 pages)
* This project was made possible by a grant with the USDA Forest ServiceLogo

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