Tree Management

Tree Management

A pier with boats docked in Caroline County, Maryland, and a picture of a park fence.

Maryland: GIS for Parks & Recreation

Caroline County, MD enjoys an improved, well-managed park system thanks to a GIS Parks and Recreation management solution. 

A green golf course in the City of Edina, Minnesota utilizes GIS

Edina, MN: GIS for Parks and Rec

See the steps the City of Edina and GTG took to implement GreenCityGIS.

A close-up of a fountain in front of a shopping center park in the City of Guelph, Ontario, Canada. The city uses GIS for parks.

Canadian City Uses GIS for Parks and Rec

One of Canada’s “best places to live” improves their park system.

Aerial view of the City of New Bern, North Carolina, showing off the waterfront buildings and piers. The City uses GIS for parks and rec.

New Bern, NC: GIS for Parks and Rec

Making GreenCityGIS fit within budget plans.

A park using GIS for tree management.

Using GIS for tree management is a fairly new concept. The goal is to create an accurate and efficient inventory system of all tree locations and species. After involving data creation, collection, and conversion, an inventory of all tree species can be viewed in layers and points on a map viewer. Also, GTG's GreenCityGIS software integrates with the Tree Benefit Calculator. This tool enables a user to evaluate the ROI of certain tree species depending on their height, age, and other factors.

For more information on GIS for Tree Management, click here.