OpenTreeMap is a collaborative platform for crowdsourced tree inventory, ecosystem services calculations, urban forestry analysis, and community engagement.
OpenTreeMap has been a great tool for us to generate excitement about trees, broaden interest in the urban forest, and involve community members ranging from college students to neighborhood groups. —Dotti Clune, Chair, Grand Rapids Urban Forestry Committee
OpenTreeMap tells the story of each city’s urban forest like no other tool out there right now. —Philip Silva and Liz Barry, TreeKIT Co-Founders
As chair of the Asheville Tree Commission, whenever I am asked to make a presentation to a group, I show them Asheville's Tree Map. It's an exciting way to get people engaged with tree issues, and the user-friendly interface seems to inspire people to check it out. For anyone interested in learning about the environmental and financial benefits of trees in the Asheville area, it's an exceptional tool. —Mike Kenton, Certified Arborist and Chair, Asheville Tree Commission
Portions of OpenTreeMap are based upon work supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, under Agreement No. 2010-33610-20937 and 2011-33610-30862 of the Small Business Innovation Research Grants Program. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions, or recommendations expressed on the OpenTreeMap website are those of Azavea and do not necessarily reflect the view of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.