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Section 3

Clipboard Tree Inventories and Replacement This section provides information about how to prepare for tree inventories, assessment, and replacements. An important part of preparing for and responding to EAB is knowing how many ash trees a community has and developing a plan to increase species diversity. This will help the community gain a better understanding of what the impacts of the pest will be, and become more resilient to pest attacks.

 

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[A] Community Forest Inventory Decision Model (PDF)

[B] A Statistical Method for Accurate & Rapid Sampling of Urban Street Tree Populations (PDF)

[C] i-Tree Tool

[D] Urban Tree Risk Management System

[E] To Protect the Urban Forest: Diversify

[F] Plant Selector Program Tool

[G] The Road to a Thoughtful Street Tree Master Plan (PDF)

[H] Recommended Trees for Northwest and Central Minnesota

i.  Recommended Conifers (PDF)

ii. Recommended Deciduous (PDF)

[I] Recommended Trees for Southeast Minnesota

i.  Recommended Conifers (PDF)

ii. Recommended Deciduous (PDF)

[J] Recommended Trees for Southwest Minnesota

i.  Recommended Conifers (PDF)

ii. Recommended Deciduous (PDF)

[K] Recommended Trees for Northern Tallgrass Prairie

i.  Recommended Conifers (PDF)

ii. Recommended Deciduous (PDF)

[L] Certified, Licensed or Qualified Contact Lists

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