Welcome to i-Tree Landscape!
Explore tree canopy, land cover, and demographic information in your community. View tree canopy benefits in terms of carbon dioxide, air pollution, stormwater impacts, and more! Identify priority tree planting and protection areas for climate and social justice efforts.
How to use it:
Select an area of interest and follow these self-guided steps, freely switching back and forth, or even viewing them in separate windows:
Once you have selected your area of interest, the following can be explored in any order:
- Location data - US Census data, US Forest Service map layers, and more!
- Amounts and values of tree benefit estimates.
- Planting prioritization mapping.
By removing carbon dioxide, trees help mitigate climate change. The shade provided by tree canopies also helps minimize the urban heat island effect. In addition, trees intercept stormwater, which can reduce flooding and improve water quality. Trees remove air pollution, such as ozone, carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, and fine particulate matter. Reduced pollutants in the air has proven benefits to human health - trees truly can enhance our lives!
i-Tree® does not endorse any specific web-browser, but has been tested with modern versions of Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari. Please, use the Feedback form to report issues. i-Tree is a registered trademark.
Warning: This tool can be very data intensive. It is not recommended for use on metered plans.
If i-Tree is not yet supported in your region, contact us to explore opportunities for funding collaboration.