Trees Please Hamilton

Green Solutions to Air Pollution

Neighbourhood Reports

We are using Open Tree Map, an online application that collects 15 pieces of data for each tree.

Here is our map that includes Hamilton Naturalists Club’s 2014 tree inventory.
As we continue to inventory trees, this map will be updated.

https://www.opentreemap.org/hamilton/map/?embed=1

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Here you will find links to our resources. Check back frequently for updates.

Sci Starter – Citizen Science

Hamilton’s Tree Inventory Map

Environment Hamilton: INHALE PROJECT

BIKE AIR MONITORING PROGRAM (BAM)

Hamilton Naturalists’ Club

OpenTreeMap software

Ontario Lung Association

Hamilton Street Tree Program

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We are grateful for the media coverage of our Trees Please project.

Here is our projects in the local media in 2016.

Tree Planting October 2016

How to Address Hamilton’s Urban Forest Woes
By Giuliana Casimirri

Trees Please: Funding gives ‘urban forest’ project room to grow
By Rosie Grover in the Hamilton Spectator

Citizen scientists to map pollution and where more trees are needed
By Kelly Noseworthy, CBC News

Celebrate Earth Day with Trees Please Hamilton
By Michael Parente (Hamilton HIVE)

Letter to the Editor by Michael Parente
Get engaged with Hamilton HIVE
RE: Marking Earth Day 

Hamilton asks for more Trees Please
AM900 CHML | Hamilton News
Sara Cain

TP Button for Website - Our own materials
The following are materials we created for our project.

Our Trees Please protocol for collecting tree data.
We would like to thank University of Toronto’s  / Department of Forestry and the Neighbourwoods program.  We used their protocol as the foundation of this document.

Click the image to view the PDF.

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Trees and Benefits TP 2016

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