Human Dimensions of Urban Forestry and Urban Greening
Nature and Consumer Environments Trees and Transportation Civic Ecology International Urban Greening Urban Forestry and Human Benefits

Here are the latest publications and presentations about urban forestry and urban greening (aka metro nature) benefits. The most recent works focus on human health and wellness.

Items are entered here when added to the web site, with most recent at the top of the list. All entries are also sorted into the topic pages.

     
 

 

   

PRESENTATION on 9.19.2017. Health Benefits of Nature Close to Home, in session: Transforming Communities: Turning the Tide on Polluted Runof. CitiesAlive Conference (Seattle, WA) (1.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9.18.2017. Perceptions and Values of Metro Nature. In plenary session: A Tribute to Stephen Kellert: The Business Case for Biophilic Design and Human Health. CitiesAlive Conference (Seattle, WA) (3.4 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9.14.2017. Trees for Better Hearts and Minds: Nature for Human Health & Wellness. The Great North Carolina Tree Conference (Raleigh North Carolina) (2.8 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9.14.2017. Co-Design of Green Infrastructure for Human Health Co-Benefits. The Great North Carolina Tree Conference (Raleigh North Carolina) (2.8 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9.14.2017. Co-Design for Co-Benefits: Integrating Human Health Goals. Lecture in HS 495/590, Green Infrastructure: The Functional Use of Plants in Urban Areas. Department of Horticultural Sciences, North Carolina State University (Raleigh North Carolina) (3.2 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2017. The Sanitary to Sustainable City: Place, Health, and Trees. Arborist News 26, 4, 40–43. (315 K pdf)

     
 

Frumkin, H., G.N. Bratman, S.J. Breslow, B. Cochran, P.H. Kahn, J.J. Lawler, P.S. Levin, P. S. Tandon, U. Varanasi, K.L. Wolf, S.A. Wood. 2017. Nature contact and human health: A research agenda. Environmental Health Perspectives 125, 7, 075001. (link)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 8.11.2017. Young Adult Conservation Workers: Health Benefits and Satisfactions of Green Jobs. ESA (Ecological Society of America) Conference (Portland OR) (1.6 M pdf)

     
 

Wolf, K.L., Housley, E. 2017. Young Adult Conservation Jobs and Worker Health. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 60, 10, 1853-70. (link)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 6.3.2017. Urban Nearby Nature and Health Care Savings: An Overview. EDRA 48 Madison (Environmental Design Research Association) (Madison WI) (1.9 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 6.1.2017. Co-Design for Human Health Co-Benefits: Expanding GSI Strategies. Great Lakes & St. Lawrence Green Infrastructure Conference (Detroit MI) (2.0 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5.23.2017. The Urban Forest and Human Health Benefits: questions of equity and distribution. Seattle Urban Forest Symposium: Equity and the Urban Forest (Seattle WA) (2.7 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2017. Trees, Jobs, Health and Equity in the Urban Forest. Tree Care Industry Magazine 28, 5: 62-64. (1.6 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5.18.2017. Public and Community Health Benefits of Green Infrastructure. Foro Fronterizo de Infrastructura Verde (Green Infrastructure Forum) (Hermosillo, Mexico) (3.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5.2.2017. The Importance of Trees in Urban Transport Infrastructure. Australia Arboriculture Conference (Canberra AUS) (2.0 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5.1.2017. Urban Forestry Action Plan 2016-2026: Research Needs. Australia Arboriculture Conference (Canberra AUS) (1.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 4.28.2017. The Human Health Benefits of Nature: towards a better understanding of the links and economic benefits. Seminar, University of Melbourne, Clean Air & Urban Landscapes Hub (Melbourne AUS) (1.9 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2017. The Health Benefits of Small Parks and Green Spaces. Parks and Recreation 52, 4: 28-29. (318 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 4.5.2017. Outdoor Spaces and Employee Well-Being: how nature improves human health and wellness. International Facility Management Association, Minneapolis/St. Paul Chapter (Minneapolis MN) (2.6 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3.30.2017. Economics of the Urban Forest & Metro Nature: how plants pay us back. Watershed Stewardship Center, West Creek (Cleveland OH) (2.3 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3.29.2017. Nearby Nature for Human Health & Wellness - What Do We Know? Cleveland Museum of Natural History (Cleveland OH) (2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3.29.2017. Human Habitat for Health & Wellness: benefits of the urban forest & city trees. Tree Survival School, Holden Arboretum (Cleveland OH) (2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3.22.2017. Nature Conservation: providing human habitat for health & wellness. Pierce Conservation District Annual Conservation Celebration (Puyallup WA) (1.4 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3.17.2017. Putting Well-being in Its Place: deep connections with nature for health. Friends of Fort Worden State Park Annual Meeting (Port Townsend WA) (2.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2.28.2017. Just How Good Are Trees? for human health and wellness. International Society of Arboriculture Southern Chapter + Utility Arborist Association Annual Conference & Trade Show (Myrtle Beach SC) (1.8 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2.27.2017. The Evolution of Nature in Cities: Sanitary to Sustainable (to Sacred). International Society of Arboriculture Southern Chapter + Utility Arborist Association Annual Conference & Trade Show (Myrtle Beach SC) (3.7 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2.16.2017. Nature for Human Health: taking care of business . . . and myself. California Urban Forest Council (Sacramento CA) (3.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2.8.2017. Nature for Human Health: public gardens opportunities & programs. Smithsonian Gardens In-Service Training (Washington, D.C.) (3.0 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2.6.2017. Holding Nature Accountable: economics of nature and human health. Urban Ecology & Conservation Symposium, Portland State University (Portland, OR) (1.8 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1.12.2017. Crossing the Bridge: Natural Areas & Human Health. Urban Natural Areas Seminar, Center for Urban Horticulture, University of Washington (Seattle, WA) (2.8 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2017. Nature for Human Health and Wellness. Washington Park Arboretum Bulletin 78,4: 18-22. (5.8 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L., & E. Housley. 2016. The Benefits of Nearby Nature in Cities for Older Adults. Annapolis MD: TKF Foundation, 16 pp. (1.7 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L., and W. Brinkley. 2016. Sites To Systems: Nearby Nature for Human Health. Annapolis, MD: The TKF Foundation, 17 pp. (3.6 M pdf) (link)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 12.7.2016. Considering Beneficiaries :: Human Health Ecosystem Services. ACES (A Community On Ecosystem Services) Conference: Implementation Advances and Challenges (Jacksonville, FL) (2.5 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2016. Nature's Riches: The Health and Financial Benefits of Nearby Nature. University of Washington and The Nature Conservancy (4.0 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11.17.2016. The Economics of Urban Greening for Human Health. National Partners in Community Forestry Conference (Indianapolis, IN) (1.8 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L. (editor). 2016 (second edition). Ten-Year Urban Forestry Action Plan: 2016-2026 - Research Needs. Report prepared for the National Urban and Community Advisory Council by American Forest Foundation and the University of Virginia Institute for Environmental Negotiation. Washington D.C.: USDA Forest Service, 20 pp. (10.7 M pdf)

     
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Ciecko, L.; Kimmett, D.; Saunders, J.; Katz, R.; Wolf, K.L.; Bazinet, O.; Richardson, J.; Brinkley, W.; Blahna, DJ. 2016. Forest Landscape Assessment Tool (FLAT): rapid assessment for land management. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-941. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 51 p. (link)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9.27.2016. Nature Heals! what we know about trees, people and health. Seminar sponsored by Barcham Trees (Ely/Cambridge, U.K.) (4.8 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2016. Science in the City: Urban Trees, Forests, and People. Western Forester 61, 4: 4-7. (1 M pdf)

     
 

Ulmer, J. M., Wolf, K. L., Backman, D. R., Tretheway, R. L., Blain, C. J., ONeil-Dunne, J. P., Frank, L. D. 2016. Multiple health benefits of urban tree canopy: The mounting evidence for a green prescription. Health & Place 42, 54-62. (link)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9.22.2016. The Key Role of Trees in Urban Transport Infrastructure. Transport for Greater Manchester. Sponsored by Manchester City of Trees and Barcham Trees (Manchester, U.K.) (1.3 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9.22.2016. Trees & Nearby Nature: essential for place-making and vital, prosperous cities. Place Making and Prosperous Cities Seminar. Manchester City Training Academy. Sponsored by Manchester City of Trees and Barcham Trees (Manchester, U.K.) (1.6 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9.21.2016. Economics of City Trees & Forests: what does science tell us?. City of Trees Annual Briefing 2016. Sponsored by Manchester City of Trees and Barcham Trees (Manchester, U.K.) (1.0 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9.20.2016. City Trees, Forests & Human Health: what does science tell us? Sponsored by Trees and Design Action Group, and Barcham Trees (London, U.K.) (1.9 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9.16.2016. Nature Heals! what we know about trees, people and health. Arizona Community Tree Council 2016 Conference and Workshop (Prescott, AZ) (3.6 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9.16.2016. Trees in Retail Districts: studies of shoppers' responses. Arizona Community Tree Council 2016 Conference and Workshop (Prescott, AZ) (3.7 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 8.11.2016. Landscapes for Human Health. Western Planner and Montana Association of Planners Joint Conference (Great Falls, MT) (3.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 8.10.2016. Economic Benefits of Nearby Nature & Green Space. Western Planner and Montana Association of Planners Joint Conference (Great Falls, MT) (3.4 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2016. Nature: Life's Best Medicine. Public Garden 31, 2: 18-19. (0.8 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5.27.2016. Being Well: Nearby Nature for Vital, Safe Communities. City of Surrey Public Safety Strategy: Green Cities/Safe Cities Forum (Surrey, B.C. Canada) (2.3 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5.25.2016. Nature's Rx in cities - economic value . . . and who should care? School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Seminar Series: Spring 2016, University of Washington (Seattle, WA) (1.6 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5.17.2016 (evening). City Trees and Green Space are Health Determinants: A Review of Evidence and Values. University of Minnesota Rochester Connects Speaker Series & Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (Rochester, MN) (3.4 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5.17.2016 (lunch). City Trees and Green Space are Health Determinants: A Review of Evidence and Values. Mayo Clinic, Green Committee (Rochester, MN) (2.8 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 4.12.2016. Costs, Benefits and Perceptions of Urban Forestry in Retail and Commercial Districts. Bartlett Tree Research Laboratories (Charlotte, NC) (3.9 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 4.6.2016. The Evolution of Nature in Cities: sanitary to sustainable to sacred. The Lockwood Lecture at the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station (New Haven, CT) (2.9 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 4.5.2016. Valuation of Metro Nature: Targeting Public Health Costs. Hixon Center for Urban Ecology at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies & Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station (New Haven, CT) (5.9 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3.9.2016. City Trees & Nature for Better Health. Missouri Community Forestry Council, 23rd Annual Conference (St. Joseph, MO) (2.1 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3.9.2016. Designing Metro Nature for Health & Economics. Missouri Community Forestry Council, 23rd Annual Conference (St. Joseph, MO) (3.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2.26.2016. Nature for Human Health & Wellness: the sustainable and sacred. Association of Professional Landscape Designers (Washington Chapter) Annual Design Symposium (University of Washington, Seattle, WA) (3.3 M pdf)

     
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House, E., C. O'Connor, K. Wolf, J. Israel, & T. Reynolds. 2016. Outside our Doors: the benefits of cities where people and nature thrive. Seattle, WA: The Nature Conservancy, Washington State Chapter, 26 pp. (1.8 M pdf) (link)

     
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Wolf, K.L., and E. Housley. 2016. The Sacred and Nearby Nature in Cities. Annapolis, MD: The TKF Foundation, 59 pp. (6.2 M pdf) (link)

     
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Svendsen, E.S.; Campbell, L.K.; Fisher, D.R.; Connolly, J.J.T.; Johnson, M.L.; Sonti, N.F.; Locke, D.H.; Westphal, L.M.; LeBlanc Fisher, C.; Grove, J.M.; Romolini, M.; Blahna, D.J.; Wolf, K.L. 2016. Stewardship mapping and assessment project: a framework for understanding community-based environmental stewardship. General Technical Report 156. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 134 p. (5.5 M pdf) (link)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2.23.2016. Research about Nature Connections: Building Lasting Visitor Relationships - a mental health focus. American Public Gardens Association Education Symposium (Seattle/Bellevue, WA) (1.5 M pdf)

     
   

WEBINAR on 2.18.2016. Community Green Space for Health and Wellness. National Association of Conservation Districts, Urban and Community Conservation Webinar (link) (slides 2.5 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2016 (February). Uncovering Benefits of the Urban Forest: A look at how urban forestry investment assists local economies, public health. Properties Magazine 70, 2, 55-57. (2.2 M pdf) (link)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1.28.2016. Multiple Benefits from Green Stormwater Infrastructure: human health & wellness. 15th Annual New Partners for Smart Growth National Conference (Portland, OR) (link)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1.28.2016. The Evolution of Nature in Cities - sanitary to sustainable to sacred. 17th Annual Convention, Society for Personality and Social Psychology, 17th Annual Convention (San Diego, CA) (2.5 M pdf)

     
   

WEBINAR on 1.20.2016. Nearby Nature Experiences for Human Health and Wellness. Defense Centers of Excellence for Psychological Health and Traumatic Brain Injury, Military Health System Speaker Series (link)

     
   

GRADUATE SEMINAR on 1.7.2016. Metro Nature and Urban Ecosystem Services: a focus on human health. Islandwood Graduate Program in Environmental Education (Bainbridge Island)

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2015. Metro Nature for Mental Health and Wellness: horticulture secondary benefits. Chronica Horticulturae 55, 4, 5-11. (7.3 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K. 2015. Urban Green Space for Mental Wellness: Reflect, Restore, and Heal. CITY GREEN: A Centre for Urban Greenery and Ecology Publication 11, 152-159. (info link) (1.4 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2015. Nature Benefits in Cities: a research round-up on mental wellness. Ground, Landscape Architect Quarterly (Ontario Association of Landscape Architects) 31, 28-31. (7.5 M pdf)

     
   

WEBINAR on 11.12.2015. Human Dimensions of Urban Forestry & Urban Greening: Community Benefits and Value. American Public Works Association (2.9 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11.11.2015. To Your Good Health! Trees & Nature for Wellness - the sanitary to sustainable to sacred city. Tracy Farmer Institute for Sustainability and the Environment, University of Kentucky (Lexington, KY) (3.3 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11.10.2015. City Trees, Nature & Economics :: A Review of Research & Evidence. Tree Board, City of Lexington (Lexington, KY) (2.7 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11.5.2015. Nature & Health :: From Evidence to Economic Value. Georgia Urban Forest Council Annual Conference (Savannah, GA) (2.3 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11.5.2015. Design for Health: green stormwater infrastructure. Georgia Urban Forest Council Annual Conference (Savannah, GA) (3.7 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11.4.2015. To Your Health! trees & metro nature for healing & general wellness. Georgia Urban Forest Council Annual Conference (Savannah, GA) (2.2 M pdf)

     
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Green strategies to improve public health and save billions. In: International Innovations, 2015, issue 195, p.56-57. (online magazine) (704 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10.1.2015. Trees in Retail Districts: Livability & Shopper Response. Northern Rockies Tree School (Livingston, MT) (2.0 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10.1.2015. Sanitary, Sustainable, Sacred: understanding human habitat. Northern Rockies Tree School (Livingston, MT) (3.4 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9.30.2015. Trees & Nature for Human Health! healing & general wellness. Northern Rockies Tree School (Livingston, MT) (2.5 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9.17.2015. Why We Need Trees! The Urban Forest & Human Habitat - from the sanitary to the sustainable to the sacred. California Urban Forest Council Annual Awards Luncheon (Sacramento, CA) (3.8 M pdf)

     
   

WEBINAR on 9.10.2015. Health Benefits of Green Infrastructure: evidence of nature & mental health. American Planning Association (slides-1.7 M pdf) (link to webinar archive)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 8.21.2015. Trees in Retail Districts: Impact on Consumer Habits. Mississippi 28th Annual Urban Forestry Conference: Urban Forestry and Green Infrastructure (Gulfport, MS) (1.9 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 8.20.2015. Urban Forest Pharmacy: Nature for Healthy Communities. Mississippi 28th Annual Urban Forestry Conference: Urban Forestry and Green Infrastructure (Gulfport, MS) (3.3 M pdf)

     
 

Wolf, K.L., M.K. Measells, S.C. Grado, A.S.T. Robbins. 2015. Economic values of metro nature health benefits: A life course approach. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 14, 694-701.(link)

     
 

Wolf, K.L., A.S.T. Robbins. 2015. Metro nature, environmental health, and economic value. Environmental Health Perspectives 123, 5:390-8. (link) reprint in Journal of Environmental and Occupational Medicine (Shanghai Municipal Center for Disease Control and Prevention) 32, 11, 1090. (0.5 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 7.23.2015. What ails you? Trees might be the cure! Western Tree Management Symposium Summer Workshop: The Human Dimensions of Trees (Pomona, CA; California Polytechnic (3.9 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 6.22/23.2015. Trees in Retail Districts: studies about consumer habitat. Trees & Design Action Group (Glasgow; Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh; Scotland) (2.9 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 6.17.2015. To Your Good Health! trees & nature for wellness. Barcham Trees Big Barn Conference (Ely, England) (2.9 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5.20.2015. Co-Benefits of the Urban Forest: a mental health focus. 2015 Urban Forest Symposium - For What It's Worth: Valuing the Urban Forest. University of Washington and Plant Amnesty (Seattle, WA) (2.6 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5.9.2015. To Your Good Health! trees & nature as human habitat. City of Spokane Urban Forest Workshops (Spokane, WA) (2.5 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5.9.2015. Trees in the Business District: studies about consumer ‘habitat’. City of Spokane Urban Forest Workshops (Spokane, WA) (1.8 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5.9.2015. The Sacred in Nearby Nature: vocabulary, principles, & evidence. City of Spokane Urban Forest Workshops (Spokane, WA) (1.9 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 4.24.2015. Urban Ecology :: What & Why? social-ecological systems research. Rachel Carson Forum, Evergreen State College (Olympia, WA) (3.3 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2015. Invest From the Ground Up! The Benefits and Economics of City Trees and Greening. In: Johnston, M., and Percival, G. (eds.) Trees, People and the Built Environment II (pp 20-31). Institute of Chartered Foresters: Edinburgh. (248 K pdf) (link)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3.27.2015. Jennings, V., Chen, H , Floyd, M., Shepherd, JM, Wicker, L., Wolf, K., Zipperer, W. How to Successfully Present Research and Publish in Top Journals. Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources, and Related Sciences Annual Conference. (Houston, TX.)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3.26.2015. Designing Metro Nature for Health and Economics. Casey Trees and American Planning Association (Washington D.C.) (2.0 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3.25.2015. Better Health from Cradle to Grave: Why We Need Nature in the City. Canopy Connections: Urban Forests for Public Good, sponsored by Casey Trees (Washington D.C.) (3.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3.18.2015. To Your Good Health! Research About Trees and Wellness.The 53rd Minnesota Shade Tree Short Course. (Minneapolis, MN) (3.0 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L., & M. Wyatt. 2015 (January). The U.S. National Nature Sacred Awards: Open Spaces, Sacred Places. CITYGREEN: Resilience in Cities 10, 30-35. (380 K pdf) (link)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1.22.2015. Health, Well-Being & Urban Cultural Ecosystem Services: a socio-ecological science review. Portland State University Ecosystem Services Seminar (Portland, OR) (1.6 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1.20.2015. Encouraging Human Health and Well-Being: planning and design for co-benefits. International Low Impact Development Conference 2015 (Houston, TX) (1.5 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2015. Encouraging Human Health and Wellness: LID Planning & Design for Co-Benefits. In: M. Barrett (ed.), LID: It Works In All Climates And Soils, Proceedings of the 2015 International Low Impact Development Conference (Houston, January 2015). Reston VA: American Society of Civil Engineers. (2.25 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1.16.2015. Trees for Good Health: a science review. Baton Rouge Green Arbor Day Luncheon (Baton Rouge, LA). (Baton Rouge, LA) (2.5 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1.11.2015. Urban Roadside Trees and Landscape for Human Health and Wellness: a science review. To Tree or Not to Tree Workshop, Transportation Research Board Conference. (Washington D.C.) (1.7 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 12.11.2014. Metro Nature Design for Public Health - Urban Ecosystem Services. ACES 2014 (A Community on Ecosystem Services) (Washington DC) (1.9 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 12.4.2014. Green Cities for Health and Delight. Trees Forever Symposium :: Placemaking - love where you live (Cedar Rapids, IA) (3.4 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11.26.2014. Metro Nature & Health: review of research & evidence. LandArch 341, College of the Environment, University of Washington (Seattle, WA) (1.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11.15.2014. Green Economics: Goods and Services of Community Trees. 13th Bainbridge Island Environmental Conference - The Future of Trees on Bainbridge Island (Bainbridge Island, WA) (1.7 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11.11.2014. Civics and Urban Forestry? review of social-ecological systems research. Hanover Forest Science Seminar, Michigan State University (East Lansing, MI) (2.9 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11.6.2014. To Your Good Health!: Exploring the Links Between Urban Forestry, Remote Sensing, and Economics. Partners in Community Forestry National Conference (Charlotte, NC) (7.8 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10.22.2014. Green Communities-Good Heath. Oklahoma Urban & Community Forestry Council Annual Conference - Community Forestry, Human Health & Partnerships for Success (Tulsa, OK) (2.7 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10.22.2014. The Benefits of Nature - What’s the Value? Oklahoma Urban & Community Forestry Council Annual Conference - Community Forestry, Human Health & Partnerships for Success (Tulsa, OK) (2.4 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10.10.2014. Cultural and Social Ecosystem Services of Urban Trees and Forests, in session on Urban Forest Diversity and Ecosystem Services. IUFRO 2014 World Congress (Salt Lake City, Utah) (1.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10.8.2014. Human Benefits of Urban Forests. Salt Lake City Urban Forestry Tour - IUFRO 2014 World Congress (Salt Lake City, Utah) (1.0 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10.2.2014. Plenary Session-Designing the City as a Habitat. To Your Good Health: Exploring metro nature, remote sensing, and economics. Canadian Urban Forest Conference (Victoria, British Columbia) (2.3 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9.20.2014. Seminar: Trees for Better Human Habitat - the evidence of health benefits. Barcham Trees (Ely, England) (6.8 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9.17.2014. Trees for Better Human Habitat: the evidence of health benefits. Arboricultural Association Conference (University of London, Royal Holloway) (2.3 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9.10.2014. Urban Forests for Human Health and Wellness. USDA Forest Service, Urban Forest Connections Webinar (link to archived version)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 8.25.2014. The Economic Value of Human Health Benefits from Green Infrastructure: A Life Course Approach. Grey To Green: A Green Roofs for Healthy Cities Conference (Toronto, Canada) (1.8 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L., & E. Housley. 2014. Environmental Equality: Providing Nearby Nature for Everyone. Annapolis MD: TKF Foundation, 16 pp. (1 M pdf) (link)

     
 

Daniels, J.M., A.S. Robbins, W.R. Brinkley, K.L. Wolf, and J.M. Chase. 2014. Toward Estimating the Value of Stewardship Volunteers: A Cost-based Valuation Approach in King County, Washington, USA. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 13, 2: 285-89.

     
 

Wellman, K.F., K. Biedenweg, and K. Wolf. 2014. Social Sciences in Puget Sound Recovery. Coastal Management 42, 4: 298-307.

     
 

Wolf, K.L. 2014. City Trees and Consumer Response in Retail Business Districts (pp. 152-172). In: F. Musso, & E. Druica (eds.) Handbook of Research on Retailer-Consumer Relationship Development. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

     
   

PRESENTATION on 7-3-14. Civic Environmental Stewardship: studies in Seattle, USA. Graduate seminar at ALPHA (Awaji Landscape Planning and Horticulture Academy) (Awaji Island, Japan) (1.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 6-25-14. The Sanitary to Sustainable to Sacred City: Urban Nature Experience and Engagement. Living in the Megacity: The Emergence of Sustainable Urban Environments. Hosted by the Research Institute on Humanity and Nature (Kyoto, Japan) (3.8 M pdf)

     
 

Wolf, K.L., and C. Vondrasek. 2014. Technologies for Metro Nature Health Benefits Mapping. Seattle: University of Washington, 47 pp. (24.4 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 4-14-14. Integrating Green Infrastructure and Human Wellness: planning and design for co-benefits. Atlanta Region Green Infrastructure Community of Practice (Atlanta GA) (2.8 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L., & E. Housley. 2014. Reflect and Restore: Urban Green Space for Mental Wellness. Annapolis MD: TKF Foundation, 12 pp. (7.8 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2014 (April). Water and Wellness: Green Infrastructure for Health Co-Benefits. Stormwater Report. online :: text version with references

     
   

PRESENTATION on 4-3-14. Metro Nature Services: City Trees, Urban Greening & Health. Trees, People and the Built Environment II: Urban Trees Research Conference (University of Birmingham UK) (1.7 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 4-2-14. Invest from the Ground Up: Economics of Trees and Retail Environments. Trees, People and the Built Environment II: Urban Trees Research Conference (University of Birmingham UK) (2.1 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATIONS on 3-6 & 7-14. Bridging Science and The Sacred: How Can We Connect Evidence and Emotion, Parts 1 (1.5 M pdf) and 2 (3.0 M pdf). 2014 Women's Arboriculture Conference (Harrison Hot Springs, B.C. Canada)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2-26-14. Ecosystem Services in the City? the case for expanded definitions and values. University of Washington, School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, SEFS Winter Seminars (Seattle WA) (2.3 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2-13-14. Dimensions of Urban Forestry in Smart Growth: Linkages to Health and Wellness. Annual New Partners for Smart Growth Conference (Denver CO) (1.6 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2-12-14. Linking People to the Landscape: urban greening for human health and well being. High Desert Green Industry Conference (Redmond OR) (5.1 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2-1-14. Community Workshop :: Be Green - Be Well: city trees, nature and parks - evidence of public health. Think Trees New Mexico (Albuquerque, NM) (11.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1-31-14. Urban Greening & Livable Communities: aka Ergonomics of the City. Think Trees New Mexico (Albuquerque, NM) (13.8 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1-30-14. Be Green - Be Well: city trees, nature and parks - evidence of public health. Think Trees New Mexico (Albuquerque, NM) (13.1 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1-14-14. Human Health and Well-Being Co-Benefits: Creating Multi-Tasking Green Infrastructure Landscapes. Green Infrastructure and Water Management in Growing Metropolitan Areas (University of South Florida, Tampa FL) (8.8 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2014. Greening the City for Health. Communities & Banking 25, 1: 10-12.(download)

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2013. Stewardship Mapping: Understanding the Groups That Work for Urban Greening. Arborist News 22, 6: 54-58.

     
 

Dilley, J., & K.L. Wolf. 2013. Homeowner Interactions with Residential Trees in Urban Areas. Arboriculture and Urban Forestry 39, 6: 267-277.

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11-20-13. The (Smart) Benefits of Community Greening & Urban Forestry. 2013 Louisiana Smart Growth Summit (Baton Rouge LA) (20 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11-12-13.Collaborative Urban Forest Management: Rounding Up More than the Usual Suspects. Portland State University Forest Ecology and Management Seminar Series (Portland OR) (2.7 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L., & E. Housley. 2013. Feeling Stressed? Take a Time Out in Nature. Annapolis MD: TKF Foundation, 8 pp. (2.4 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-10-13. Nearby Nature & Human Well-Being: research and evidence. Event: Minnesota Society of Arborists Fall Conference (Minnesotal Landscape Arboretum MN) (2.6 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-10-13. Ergonomics of the City: green infrastructure & social benefits. Event: Minnesota Society of Arborists Fall Conference (Minnesotal Landscape Arboretum MN) (3.4 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-5-13. The Future of Housing: environmental & social dynamics. Event: Mississippi Urban Forest Conference (Jackson MS) (14.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-4-13. Nature Benefits & Stewardship. Event: Mississippi Urban Forest Conference (Jackson MS) (3.75 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-3-13. Nature in Our Communities: evidence of the medicinal value of nature. Event: Mississippi Urban Forest Conference (Jackson MS) (14.6 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9-17-13. More Than a Walk in the Park-the Medicinal Value of Nature. Event: 2013 Lifelong Community Summit-Aging, Health & the Environment; Atlanta Regional Commission (Atlanta GA) (14.5 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2013. Why Do We Need Trees? Let's Talk About Ecosystem Services. Arborist News 22, 4:32-35. (864 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 7-12,13,15-13. Ascending the Giants: Tree Climbing at Portland Audubon
Society Center. Audubon Convention 2013: Taking Flight Together; hosted by Ascending the Giants NGO (Portland OR)

     
   

PRESENTATIONS on 6-13-13 and 6-14-13. Invest From the Ground Up! Trees Mean Business! (1 M pdf) Green Cities for Good Health: From Evidence to Change (2.9 M pdf). Spreading the Canopy Symposium, hosted by Trees Forever (Des Moines IA)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 6-6-13. Nearby Nature and Human Well-Being: Exploring the Linkages, Telling the Story. Event: Urban Forest Strategies: Linking People and Landscapes; Oregon Urban and Community Forestry Conference (Portland OR). (3.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 6-4-13. Trees and Retail Districts. Invest in the Ground Up; East Hollywood Business Improvement Forum (Los Angeles CA) (1.0 M pdf)

     
   

BLOG POST on 5-29-13. Trees mean business. Invest From the Ground Up (Los Angeles CA) (link)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5-23-13. Urban Greening & Public Health as Ecosystem Services. Urban Ecosystem Services and Decision Making: A Green Philadelphia (Wharton School of Business at University of Pennsylvania) (3.6 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 4-4-13. Urban Ecosystem Services & SITES: Plants, Nature & Sustainability. Washington Native Plant Society: Central Puget Sound Chapter Meeting (Seattle WA) (3.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3-25-13. Be Green, Be Well! Surprising Evidence about Health and the Natural Environment. Park Pride 12th Annual Parks & Greenspace Conference (Atlanta GA) (12.3 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3-8-13. Research on Trees, Nature & Public Benefits: Be Green, Be Well! The 2013 North Coast Urban Forestry Conference (Mentor OH) (3.2 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2013 (spring). The Urban Forest. Communities & Banking 24, 2: 25-27. (1.7 M pdf)

     
 

Wolf, K.L., D. Blahna, W. Brinkley, M. Romolini. 2013. Environmental Stewardship Footprint Research: Linking Human Agency and Ecosystem Health in the Puget Sound Region. Urban Ecosystems 16: 13-32.

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2013. Public Health and the Need for Comprehensive Urban Greening in Cities. Smart Growth Network - The National Conversation on the Future of Our Communities. (link) (133 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1-31-13. From Risk to Reward: How Nature Supports Human Well-Being. GreenPrint Summit hosted by Sacramento Tree Foundation (Sacramento CA) (2.3 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1-30-13. With Plants in Mind-social benefits of civic nature and human dimensions of urban forest and ecosystems. Preserving, Creating, Restoring Our Urban Habitat: APLDWA Annual Design Symposium (Seattle WA) (2.5 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1-29-13. Nature in the Neighborhood: Human Habitat for Well-Being. IslandWood 'Deep Dive' Seminar (Bainbridge Island WA) (2.5 M pdf)

     
 

Wolf, K.L. 2012. The Changing Importance of Ecosystem Services across the Landscape Gradient (pp. 127-146). In: Laband, D.N., B.G. Lockaby, and W. Zipperer (eds.) Urban–Rural Interfaces: Linking People and Nature. Madison, WI: American Society of Agronomy/Soil Science Society of America/Crop Science Society of America.

     
   

PRESENTATION on 12-11-12. Urban Ecosystems and Public Health: Metro Nature as Provider of Cultural Services. ACES and Ecosystem Markets 2012 (Ft. Lauderdale FL) (7.5 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-28-12. Civic Environmental Stewardship and Urban Forestry. Society of American Foresters 2012 National Convention (Spokane WA) (1.4 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-27-12. Urban Ecosystem Services: Public Health and Cultural Services. Society of American Foresters 2012 National Convention (Spokane WA) (2.4 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-16-12. Landscape Benefits: Balancing Risk and Livable Spaces. Green Gardening Program :: Honing the Sustainable Edge: Integrating Design, Installation, and Maintenance (South Seattle Community College) (3.0 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2012 (October). Economics of City Trees. Sitelines: Landscape Architecture in British Columbia, 14-17. (875 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-6-12. Urban Ecosystems & Human Health:
Expanding Considerations of Cultural Services. EcoSummit (Columbus OH) (2.0 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9-19-12. Puget Sound Science Update: Chapter 2B Review. Meeting of the Puget Sound Science Panel (Western WA University, Bellingham) (433 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9-13-12. Human Response to Nature: human dimensions & evaluation for Sustainability in Prisons programs. Sustainability in Prisons Network Conference (Evergreen State College-Olympia WA) (2.7 M pdf)

     
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Ciecko, L., K. Tenneson, J. Dilley, K.L. Wolf. August 2012. Seattle's Forest Ecosystem Values: Analysis of the Structure, Function, and Economic Benefits. USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station and City of Seattle, 26 pp. (21 M pdf)

     
 

Wolf, K.L. 2012. The Nature and Health Connection: Social Capital and Urban Greening Ecosystems. Proceedings of the 2012 International Society of Arboriculture Conference. Champaign-Urbana, International Society of Arboriculture. (212 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 8-13-12. The Nature and Health Connection: Social Capital and Urban Greening Ecosystems. International Society of Arboriculture 88th Annual Conference (Portland OR) (2.1 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K. L. 2012. Open Space and Parks. In: Carswell, A.T. (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Housing, 2nd Edition. Sage Publications, 928 pp.

     
 

Romolini, M., W. Brinkley, and K.L. Wolf. 2012. What Is Urban Environmental Stewardship? Constructing a Practitioner-Derived Framework. Research Note PNW-RN-566, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland OR, 41 pp. (910 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 6-28-12. Money Doesn't Grow on Trees, But . . . the retail benefit of trees. Trees as a Legacy in Design & Development Symposium (Chicago Botanic Gardens) (3.1 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5-10-12. Be Green-Be Well: Research on Trees, Nature, and Public Benefits. Sixth Annual South Florida Tree Summit (Florida International University, Miami) (3.4 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 4-27-12. Green Urban Communities: Commitment :: Human Habitat :: Climate. Biophilia Revisited Graduate Seminar, Department of Plant and Soil Sciences, University of Delaware (Newark, DE). (4.7 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3-30-12. Urban Greening and the Livable Community: What Does the Research Tell Us? Peak to Prairie Landscape Symposium (University of Colorado, Colorado Springs) (4.5 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3-31-12. Every Yard Counts! How Everyone in the Community Benefits from Quality Landscapes. Peak to Prairie Landscape Symposium (University of Colorado, Colorado Springs) (3 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3-21-12. Investing in Trees is an Investment in Your Community. Women's Arboricultural Conference 2012 (Parksville, British Columbia, Canada) (3.6 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3-22-12. Creating Better Human Habitat: The Evidence Says It All. Women's Arboricultural Conference 2012 (Parksville, British Columbia, Canada) (5.5 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3-22-12. The Sustainable Sites Initiative: Professional Opportunities in Sustainability. Women's Arboricultural Conference 2012 (Parksville, British Columbia, Canada).

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2-23-12. Sustainability Solutions: Urban Greening for Human Well-Being Benefits. 17th Water Conservation and Xeriscape Conference (Albuquerque NM) (5.3 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2-20-12. Is Tree Management Worth the Trouble? Justifying Project Budgets. Forest Resource Institute (Myrtle Beach SC) (6.5 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2-7-12. Creating Healthy Places to Live - Part 1. Mississippi Urban Forest Council Annual Conference (Jackson MS) (5.7 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2-8-12. Creating Healthy Places to Live - Part 2. Mississippi Urban Forest Council Annual Conference (Jackson MS) (2.9 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2-4-12. Social Benefits of Nature Experience: Urban Greening for Community Sustainability and Resilience. Smart Growth National Conference (San Diego CA). (3.3 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11-17-11. Economic and Social Values of the Urban Forest: What is the Research? Texas Emerging Communities: Lower Rio Grande Valley Regional Workshop (McAllen TX). (3.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11-16-11. Supporting Partnerships for Green Cities & Good Health. Partners in Community Forestry National Conference (Orlando FL). (6.4 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11-5-11.Civic Environmental Stewardship and Urban Forestry. Society of American Foresters 91st National Convention (Honolulu HI). (3 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11-5-11.Urban Ecosystem Services: Urban Greening & Public Health. Society of American Foresters 91st National Convention (Honolulu HI). (4.6 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L., & M.A. Rozance. 2011. Social Science, Economics, and Making Science Relevant: The Puget Sound Social-Ecological System. Proceedings of the 2011 Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference. Vancouver B.C., Canada. (1 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-14-11. Sustainable Sites Initiative: In Introduction. Site Planning Class, U of WA Landscape Architecture (Seattle WA) (8.7 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9-17-11. Green Cities, Good Health Workshop. California Urban & Community Forests Conference (Palo Alto CA) - City Greening Strategies (13 M pdf), Green Cities, Good Health Project (21 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5-18-11. Urban Ecosystem Services & Their Value. The Science, Services and Performance of Sustainable Sites Workshop; University of Washington Botanic Gardens (Seattle WA). (7.7 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 4-13-11. The Social and Economic Values of Trees in Urban Neighborhoods. Friends of Jefferson the Beautiful Tree School (New Orleans LA). (3.6 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 4-13-11.The Practical Effects of Greening Fat City. Friends of Jefferson the Beautiful Tree School (New Orleans LA). (2.4 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 4-12-11. Monitoring Urban Forest Canopies Using Object-Based Image Analysis and Public Domain Remotely Sensed Data. Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers (Seattle WA).

     
   

PRESENTATION on 4-1-11. The Landscape Performance Series: A Database of Resources to Make the Case. Washington Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects; WASLA 2011; Our Challenge - Shaping the Future of the Built Environment (Seattle WA). (3.4 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3-23-11. Understanding Volunteer Stewardship Experiences in Seattle. REI Puget Sound Stewardship Conference (Seattle WA). (4.2 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2011. Green Cities for Good Health: A Tool for Urban Forestry Advocacy. City Trees: Journal of the Society of Municipal Arborists, 7, 2: 8-15. (5.5 M pdf - or - link)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3-11-11.From Sanitary to Sustainable: An emerging role and reevaluation of environmental governance and polycentric networks in cities. Resilience 2011 (Phoenix AZ).

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2-22-11. Ecosystem Services & Urban Green Infrastructure: Urban Greening & Public Health. National Green Infrastructure Conference 2011 (National Conservation Training Center, WV). (3.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1-26-11. Ecosystem Services in the City: Urban Greening and Public Health - 40 year research review. Meeting of the National Urban and Community Forestry Advisory Council (Washington DC). (1.6 M pdf - webcast)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1-24-11. Trees are Good for Business: Urban Forest Retail Research. Utah in Bloom: 2011 Utah Green Industry Conference (Sandy UT). (2.5 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1-24-11. Parking and Trees in Cities and Towns: Legal and Design Approaches. Utah in Bloom: 2011 Utah Green Industry Conference (Sandy UT). (2.5 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1-24-11. Trees for Better Communities: Economics and Livability. Utah in Bloom: 2011 Utah Green Industry Conference (Sandy UT). (4.8 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1-21-11. Green Cities & Good Health. 2011 Austin State of the Urban Forest Summit (Austin TX). (6 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1-21-11. Urban Greening Policy and Planning. 2011 Austin State of the Urban Forest Summit (Austin TX). (3.6 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 12-7-10. Ecosystem Services in the City: Urban Greening and Public Health. ACES: A Community on Ecosystem Services (Phoenix AZ). (5.2 M pdf)

     
 

Wolf, K.L. 2010. Urban Ecosystem Services: Metro Nature and Human Well-Being. In: D.N. Laband (ed.), Linking Science and Society: Proceedings of Emerging Issues Along Urban/Rural Interfaces III. Atlanta GA. (78 K pdf)

     
 

Brinkley, W., K.L. Wolf, and D.J. Blahna. 2010. Stewardship Footprints and Potential Ecosystem Recovery: Preliminary Data for Seattle and Puget Sound. In: D.N. Laband (ed.), Linking Science and Society: Proceedings of Emerging Issues Along Urban/Rural Interfaces III. Atlanta GA. (254 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11-1-10. Green Cities & Good Health: What do we know? Savannah Tree Foundation (Savannah GA). (7.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-28-10. Trees and Transportation: Safety and Community Concern. Trees SC: Connecting People and Trees (Charleston SC). (4.1 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-28-10. Green Cities and Good Health: What Do We Know? Trees SC: Connecting People and Trees (Charleston SC). (6.9 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-20-10. Geospatial Linkages of Green Infrastructure and Positive Public Health. 2010 ESRI Health GIS Conference (Denver CO). (4 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9-22-10. Workshop 1: Trees for Better Communities-Economics and Livability. Trees Mean Business: 31st Texas Tree Conference (College Station TX). (3.6 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9-22-10. Workshop 2: Community Based Social Marketing. Trees Mean Business: 31st Texas Tree Conference (College Station TX). (530 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9-22-10. Workshop 3: City Trees and Transportation. Trees Mean Business: 31st Texas Tree Conference (College Station TX). (4.6 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9-22-10. Workshop 4: Parking and Trees. Trees Mean Business: 31st Texas Tree Conference (College Station TX). (2.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9-23-10. Keynote: Trees and Community Economics - A Social Perspective. Trees Mean Business: 31st Texas Tree Conference (College Station TX). (7.8 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 8-5-10. Opening up the Treasure Chest: An Overview of Research on Human Health and Well‐Being. Social Landscaping: Creating and Marketing Healthy and Livable Communities. California Releaf Network Retreat (Sacramento CA). (7 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 7-22-10. How Trees Grow Communities. The Social Tree: New York State Urban & Community Forestry Council Conference (Rochester NY). (6.3 M pdf)

     
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Research Outreach Content: Delivering Messages for Policy Change - Creating Change with Science; Fact Sheet 21 (290 K pdf, B&W 390 K pdf)

     
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Urban Forestry as Innovation: Communication & Community Need - Creating Change with Science; Fact Sheet 22 (650 K pdf, B&W 260 K pdf)

     
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Urban Forestry Innovation & Adoption: Connecting to Professionals- Creating Change with Science; Fact Sheet 23 (300 K pdf, B&W 420 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 6-4-10. Urban Forest Ecosystem Services: Seattle as a Case Study. Cambodia/Laos Delegation, Ecosystem Services Study Tour (USDA Forest Service; Seattle, WA). (presentation 7.2 M pdf; fact sheet 720 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 4-14-10. Stewardship Footprints and Potential Ecosystem Recovery Across the Wildland to Urban Interface: The Puget Sound Case Study. Emerging Issues Along Urban/Rural Interfaces 3: Linking Science & Society (Atlanta, GA). (770 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 4-13-10. Considering a Comprehensive Ecosystem Services Framework Across the Wildland to Urban Interface. Emerging Issues Along Urban/Rural Interfaces 3: Linking Science & Society (Atlanta, GA). (455 K pdf)

     
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ITE (Institute of Transportation Engineers). 2010. Designing Walkable Urban Thoroughfares: A Context Sensitive Approach. Publication No. RP-036A. Washington D.C.: ITE, 215 pp. (11.5 M pdf).

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3-25-10. Parking and Trees in Urban Areas: Legal and design approaches. In: Parking and Trees in Urban Areas: Ordinances, Design, and Soil, California ReLeaf (Davis, CA). (3.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3-5-10. Human Health & Well-Being: Evidence for an Expanded Framework of Ecosystem Services in Cities. Million Trees NYC, Green Infrastructure, and Urban Ecology: A Research Symposium (New York, NY). (2.3 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3-2-10. Trees for Livable Cities: Science for Urban & Community Forestry. Sustainable Urban Forests Coalition, Congressional Briefing (Washington DC). (7.3 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2010 (January/February). City Trees, Nature and Physical Activity. Facility Management Journal 20, 1: 50-54. (553 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2-16-10. Ecology in the City: Nearby Nature and the Restoration of Self and Society. Society for Ecological Restoration Northwest: 2010 Joint Regional Conference | SERNW & TWS-WA (Tulalip WA). (7.9 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2-5-10. Integrating Green Infrastructure into the City: From Planning to Best Practices. 9th Annual New Partners for Smart Growth: Building Safe, Healthy and Livable Communities (Seattle WA). (12.8 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1-20-10. Civic Nature: A Competitive Advantage. Counting on Quality of Place, a program of the Center for Houston's Future (Houston, TX). (3.4 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1-20-10. City Trees & Health: The Nature of Physical Activity. Counting on Quality of Place, a program of the Center for Houston's Future (Houston, TX). (2.5 M pdf)

     
 

Wolf, K.L., & L.E. Kruger. 2010. Urban Forestry Research Needs: A Participatory Assessment Process. Journal of Forestry 108, 1: 39-44. (78 K pdf)

     
 

Joye, Y., K. Willems, M. Brengman, & K. Wolf. 2010. The Effects of Urban Retail Greenery on Consumer Experience: Reviewing the Evidence from a Restorative Perspective. Urban Forestry and Urban Greening 9, 1: 57-64. (222 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 12-16-09. The Value of Trees to Spokane. City of Spokane Urban Forest Seminar (Spokane WA). (9 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 12-4-09. The Sustainable Sites Initiative: Future Business Opportunities? Stand Tall: American Society of Consulting Arborists Annual Conference (Monterey CA). (4.4 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 12-4-09. City Trees and Transportation: Perceptions, Research and Safety. Stand Tall: American Society of Consulting Arborists Annual Conference (Monterey CA). (5.8 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11-13-09. Multiple Values of the Urban Forest. Community Forests Grow Community Benefits: North Virginia Urban Forestry Roundtable (Algonkian Regional Park VA). (9.5 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11-9-09. The Science of Trees and Human Health & Well-Being: Packaging Research for the Urban Forestry Community. Partners in Community Forestry National Conference (Portland OR). (2.8 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11-4-09. Parking and Trees in Cities and Towns: Legal & Design Approaches. The 19th Annual Georgia Urban Forest Council Conference - Trees and Transportation: The Urban Forest's Role in Quality of Life Along Georgia's Roadways (Stockbridge GA) (3.3 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11-3-09. Trees & Urban Streets: Research on Traffic Safety & Livable Communities. The 19th Annual Georgia Urban Forest Council Conference - Trees and Transportation: The Urban Forest's Role in Quality of Life Along Georgia's Roadways (Stockbridge GA) (2.6 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION by Eric Dumbaugh on 11-4-09. Safe Urban Form: Revisiting the Relationship Between Community Design and Traffic Safety. The 19th Annual Georgia Urban Forest Council Conference - Trees and Transportation: The Urban Forest's Role in Quality of Life Along Georgia's Roadways (Stockbridge GA) (4.1 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION by Eric Dumbaugh on 11-3-09. Why Urban Street Trees Aren’t the Hazard the Traffic Engineer Thinks They Are. The 19th Annual Georgia Urban Forest Council Conference - Trees and Transportation: The Urban Forest's Role in Quality of Life Along Georgia's Roadways (Stockbridge GA) (2.6 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K. L. 2009 (August). Trees Mean Business: City Trees and the Retail Streetscape. Main Street News 263: 1-9. (2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-21-09. Trees, Mind, & Economy: Enriching Our Citizens. Green Infrastructure Symposium, Point Park University (Pittsburgh PA) (3.3 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-16-09. Urban Ecology: The Social, Economic and Environmental Benefits of Trees in Cities. City Club of Portland (Portland OR) (55 M mp3) (audio web link)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5-29-09. Greening our Cities: Enriching Human Capital. Mississippi Urban Forest Council: Green Living and Green Transportation Corridors (Jackson MS) (6 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5-28-09. City Trees and Transportation: Balancing Safety and Community Values. Mississippi Urban Forest Council: Green Living and Green Transportation Corridors (Jackson MS) (5 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5-28-09. Social Marketing Workshop. Mississippi Urban Forest Council: Green Living and Green Transportation Corridors (Jackson MS) (432 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5-18-09. Trees, Mind, and Heart: Enriching our Cities. Evergreen State College, Trees and Humans, guest lecture (Olympia WA) (6.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5-14-09. Science & Community Change: Technology Transfer, Urban Forestry, and Local Government Policy. Alliance for Community Trees: Urban Trees Forum (Washington DC) (3.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5-13-09. Trees, Mind, and Heart: Enriching our Cities. Trees for People: US Forest Service Speaker Series (Washington D.C.) (8.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5-11-09. Communicating the Value of Trees: City Trees, Human Capital & Economics. Urban Forest Symposium (Seattle WA) (8.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 5-6-09. Healthy Urban Forests and Economic Vitality. Western Chapter ISA 75th Annual Conference and Trade Show (Reno, Nevada) (10.4 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 4-22-09. Trees Mean Business. Friends of Jefferson the Beautiful Tree School (New Orleans, LA) (2.6 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 4-22-09. Trees Make Better Communities: Human Health & Well Being. Friends of Jefferson the Beautiful Tree School (New Orleans, LA). (6.1 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K. L. 2009. More in Store: Research on City Trees and Retail. Arborist News 18, 2: 22-27. (456 K pdf)

     
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Center for Transportation Research and Education. 2008. Clear Zone – A Synthesis of Practice and an Evaluation of the Benefits of Meeting the 10 ft Clear Zone Goal on Urban Streets. Ames, IA: Iowa State University, 140 pp. (full report 6.7 M pdf; executive summary 188 K pdf)

     
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ITE (Institute of Transportation Engineers). 2006. Context Sensitive Solutions in Designing Major Urban Thoroughfares for Walkable Communities. Washington D.C.: ITE, 225 pp. (9.4 M pdf).

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3-31-09. Urban Parks, Trees & Nature - Human Health & Well Being. Knox City Council (Melbourne, Australia) (5.7 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3-31-09. City Trees & Community Economics: Research Review & Design Possibilities. Knox City Council (Melbourne, Australia) (5.6 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3-31-09. Trees & Urban Streets: Perceptions, Research & Safety. Knox City Council (Melbourne, Australia) (4.1 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3-23/5/7-09. Urban parks, trees and nature - Assessing human health & well-being. TreeLogic Seminar (Brisbane, Sidney, Melbourne, Australia) (5.4 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3-23/5/7-09. Trees & urban streets - Research on public perceptions and
transportation safety. TreeLogic Seminar (Brisbane, Sidney, Melbourne, Australia)
(3.7 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3-23/5/7-09. Trees, business and shopper response - A research review. TreeLogic Seminar (Brisbane, Sidney, Melbourne, Australia) (3.4 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3-23/5/7-09. Parking and trees in cities and towns - Legal and design approaches. TreeLogic Seminar (Brisbane, Sidney, Melbourne, Australia) (1.8 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2-24-09. Trees Do It All! Nature & Human Health. Ohio Tree Care Conference & Trade Show (Columbus, OH) (8.3 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2-24-09. City Trees and Traffic Safety: What is the Risk? Ohio Tree Care Conference & Trade Show (Columbus, OH) (4.7 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2-25-09. The Sustainable Sites Initiative: Future Business Opportunities. Ohio Tree Care Conference & Trade Show (Columbus, OH) (5 M pdf)

     
 

Wolf, K.L. 2009. Strip Malls, City Trees, and Community Values. Arboriculture & Urban Forestry 35 (1): 33-40. (1.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2-2-09. Science & Community Change: Technology Transfer, Urban Forestry, and Local Government Policy. Faculty Research Seminar; College of Forest Resources, University of Washington (Seattle, WA) (2.5 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1-23-09. Trees and Urban Streets: Research on Traffic Safety and Livable Communities. Idaho Horticulture Expo (Boise, ID) (3.9 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1-7-09. Economic Benefits of Urban Trees. Indiana Arborist Association Annual Conference (Indianapolis, IN) (7.7 M pdf)

     
 

Wolf, K.L. 2008. Community Context and Strip Mall Retail: Public Response to the Roadside Landscape. Transportation Research Record 2060: 95-103. (1.5 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2008 (September/October). City Trees and Property Values. Facility Management Journal Sept/Oct: 120-124. (636 K pdf).

     
   

PRESENTATION on 12-3-2008. Sustainable Sites Initiative. Washington Recreation & Park Association Mid-Year Conference & Trade Show (Seattle, WA) (952 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-16-2008. Science & Community Change: Technology Transfer, Urban Forestry, and Local Government Policy. Davey Resource Group (Kent, OH) (3.8 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-15-2008. Assessing Social Benefits of the Urban Forest. Ohio State University Extension, 3rd Annual Why Trees Matter Forum (Wooster, OH) (7.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-7-2008. Science & Community Change: Technology Transfer, Urban Forestry, and Local Government Policy. Sacramento Tree Foundation (Sacramento, CA) (3.8 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-4-2008. Trees Do It All! Trees & Parks: Community Economics & Safety (keynote). East County Urban Parks & Trees Summit (Gresham, OR) (7 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9-24-2008. Trees Do It All! Liveable Cities and Human Health (keynote). Healthy Trees, Healthy People: 2008 Canadian Urban Forest Conference (Edmonton, Canada) (6.2 M pdf)

     
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Wolf, K.L. 2008. Science and Community Change: Technology Transfer, Urban Forestry, and Local Government Policy. In: Smith, G.K.M., & L.J. Buse (eds.), Evolving Challenges and Changing Expectations for Forestry Extension and Technology Transfer: Popular Summaries of International IUFRO Conference. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Ontario Forest Research Institute, Forest Research Information Paper No. 172, pp. 72-74. (1.9 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9-22-2008. Science & Community Change: Technology Transfer, Urban Forestry, and Local Government Policy. IUFRO 9th Extension Working Party Symposium (North Bay, Canada) (3.5 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9-10-2008. Trees and Community Livability (keynote). Trees for An Urban Future: 2008 North Carolina Urban Forestry (Greensboro) (13.4 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9-10-2008. Parking and Trees for Cities and Towns. Trees for An Urban Future: 2008 North Carolina Urban Forestry (Greensboro) (2.6 M pdf)

     
 

Wolf, K.L. 2008. Metro Nature Services: Functions, Benefits and Values, pp. 294-315. In: S.M. Wachter and E.L. Birch (Eds.), Growing Greener Cities: Urban Sustainability in the Twenty-First Century. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 416 pp. (link)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 7-5-2008. Urban Greening Economics & Partnerships: Business and Sustainable Cities. University of Hyogo Faculty Seminar (Kobe, Japan) (2.7 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 6-3-2008. Seattle the Evergreen City: Sustainable Practices and Places. Awaji Prefecture Park Board (Kobe, Japan) (4.4 M pdf)

     
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S. Hines. March 2008. Shade Crusade: Why City Trees Are Good Medicine. In Columns, The University of Washington Alumni Magazine (link)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3-28-2008. Messages that Stick: Sharing Information with Decision Makers. Kentucky Statewide Tree Board Seminar (Lexington) (1.5 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 3-28-2008. Urban Forestry Benefits in Small Towns and Cities. Kentucky Statewide Tree Board Seminar (Lexington) (2.2 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2-20-2008. Trees and Urban Streets: Research on Public Perceptions and Transportation Safety. Savannah Tree Foundation (Georgia) (6.9 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2-19-2008. Trees: Growing Stronger and Healthier Communities. Savannah Tree Foundation (Georgia) (3.8 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 2-5-2008. Human Dimensions of Urban Ecology. World Forestry Institute (Portland OR) (3.8 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION in February 2008. Urban Sustainability. ESRM 300 Sustainability Seminar (Forest Resources, University of Washington, Seattle) (4.7 M pdf)

     
 

Wolf, K.L. 2008 (February). City Trees, Nature and Physical Activity: A Research Review. Arborist News 17, 1: 22-24. (840 K pdf) and (160 K pdf with citations)

     
 

Wolf, K.L. 2008 (Winter). With Plants in Mind: Social Benefits of Civic Nature. MasterGardener, 2, 1:7-11. (1.8 M pdf) and (156 K pdf with citations)

     
 

Wolf, K.L., & L.E. Kruger. 2008. Urban Forestry Research and Technology Transfer: A Needs Assessment for the Pacific Northwest Region. Prepared for the Pacific Northwest Research Station, U.S. Forest Service, 50 pp. (1 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 1-16-2008.Community Context and Strip Mall Retail: Public Response to the Roadside Landscape. Transportation Research Board Conference (Washington D.C.) (5.3 M pdf)

     
 

Wolf, K. L. 2008. Community Context and Strip Mall Retail: Public Response to the Roadside Landscape, Paper 08-0842. Proceedings of the 87th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board (January 13-17, 2008). Transportation Research Board of the National Academies of Science (Washington D.C.) (920 K pdf)

     
 

Hinrichs, J.J., and Wolf, K.L. 2008. Next Steps! An Assessment of National Urban Forestry Policy & Outreach. Prepared for the National Sustainable Urban Forests Coalition. Champaign Ill: International Society of Arboriculture. (884 K pdf)

     
 

Wolf, K. L. 2007. Urban Forestry in Washington’s Cities and Towns. TreeLink, Washington Department of Natural Resources Community Forestry Program, No. 20, Fall. (3.9 M pdf) (1.9 M print version)

     
 

Wolf, K.L. 2007. The Environmental Psychology of Trees. International Council of Shopping Centers Research Review 14, 3:39-43. (124 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 12-12-2007. Urban Forestry and Human Benefits. Urban Natural Resources Institute - U.S. Forest Service (webinar link)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11-15-2007.Trees and Youth in the City: Measuring Program Benefits. Partners in Community Forestry National Conference (Baltimore, MD) (552 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11-15-2007.Creating Change with Science: Local Government & Research Communications. Partners in Community Forestry National Conference (Baltimore, MD) (288 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11-14-2007.Traffic Safety & City Trees: Finding a Livable Balance. Partners in Community Forestry National Conference (Baltimore, MD) (996 K pdf)

     
 

Wolf, K. L., and L.E. Kruger. 2007. What Should We Know? An Assessment of Urban Forestry Research Needs in the Pacific Northwest. In: Sustaining America’s Forests: Proceedings of the 2007 Society of American Foresters National Convention. Bethesda MD: Society of American Foresters., to policy (Portland, OR) (336 K pdf)

     
 

Research Needs for Urban Forestry in the Pacific Northwest Region - Fact Sheet 20 (pdf 164 K)

 

   
   

PRESENTATION on 10-25-2007.Goals of the National Urban Forestry 10 Year Research Plan. Society of American Foresters 2007 National Convention (Portland, OR) (868 K pdf)

     
 

Wolf, K. L. 2007. Goals of the National Urban Forestry 10 Year Research Plan. In: Sustaining America’s Forests: Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters 2007 National Convention. Bethesda MD: Society of American Foresters., to policy (Portland, OR) (260 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-24-2007.Trees and Youth in the City: Research on Urban Forest Stewardship & Positive Youth Development. Society of American Foresters 2007 National Convention.(Portland, OR) (540 K pdf)

     
 

Wolf, K.L., and EarthCorps. 2007. Trees and Youth in the City: Research on Urban Forest Stewardship & Positive Youth Development. In: Sustaining America’s Forests: Proceedings of the Society of American Foresters 2007 National Convention. Bethesda MD: Society of American Foresters (Portland, OR). (300 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-10-2007. Trees and Business Districts: Research and Design. The Indiana Community Forest Council Fall Conference (Brown County State Park, IN) (1.7 M pdf)

     
 

Wolf, K.L. 2007. Public Ideas and Local Policy in Urban Forestry: Reflections on a Program of Portable Science. In: C.C. Miner, R. Jacobs, D. Dykstra, and B. Bittner (eds.), Proceedings: International Conference on Transfer of Forest Science Knowledge and Technology. USDA Forest Service, PNW Research Station, General Technical Report PNW-GTR-726, pp. 249-255. (pdf 3.5 M)

 

   
 

Augustin, S., and J.M. Cackowski-Campbell. 2007. Research Design Connections-Trees and Retail. Landscape Architecture 97, 8: 60. (pdf 1.6 M)

 

   
 

Wolf, K.L. 2007. Learning Sustainability: To Know and To Act. Public Garden 22, 1: 12-15. (pdf 632 K)

 

   
 

Clark, J., W. Kruidenier, and K. Wolf. 2005. A National Research Plan for Urban Forestry 2005-2015. Washington D.C.: National Urban and Community Forestry Advisory Council/USDA Forest Service (pdf 6.1 M)

 

   
 

Wolf, K.L. August 2007. City Trees and Property Values. Arborist News 16, 4: 34-366. (284 K pdf) and (48 K pdf with citations)

 

   
   

PRESENTATION on 6-25-2007. Benefits and Risks of Urban Roadside Landscape: Finding a Livable, Balanced Response. 3rd Urban Street Symposium, Transportation Research Board (Seattle, WA). (3.3 M pdf)

     
 

Dixon, K. K., & K. L. Wolf. 2007. Benefits and Risks of Urban Roadside Landscape: Finding a Livable, Balanced Response. Proceedings of the 3rd Urban Street Symposium (June 24-27, 2007). Washington D.C.: Transportation Research Board of the National Academies of Science. (1 M pdf)

 

   
   

PRESENTATION on 6-19-2007. Landowners and Riparian Restoration: a human dimensions perspective. WA Association of District Employees Annual Training Meeting (Leavenworth, WA) (2.1 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 6-7-2007. Trees as a Means to Community Livability. OR Urban and Community Forestry Annual Conference: How Trees Create Community (Salem, OR) (14.1 M pdf)

     
 

Wolf, K. L. 2006. Assessing Public Response to the Freeway Roadside: Urban Forestry and Context Sensitive Solutions. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 1984, 102-111. (pdf 1.9 M)

 

   
   

PRESENTATION on 1-25-2007. Transportation, Large Infrastructure, and Context in Urban Areas: A Review of Human-Scale Perception and Response. 86th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board (Washington D.C.) (1.1 M pdf)

     
 

Wolf, K. L. 2007. Transportation, Large Infrastructure, and Context in Urban Areas: A Review of Human-Scale Perception and Response, Paper 07-1842. Proceedings of the 86th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board (January 21-25, 2007). Washington D.C.: Transportation Research Board of the National Academies of Science. (520 K pdf)

 

   
 

Urban Forestry Special Issue. January 2007. Western Forester, 52, 1. (2.4 M pdf)

 

   
 

Wolf, K. L. 2007. Science in the City: Urban Forestry Research. Western Forester, 52, 1:10-13. (3.2 M pdf)

 

   
 

Wolf, K. L. 2006 (December). Roadside Urban Trees: Balancing Safety and Community Values. Arborist News, 15, 6: 56-58. (148 K pdf)

 

   
 

Trees are Worth Downtown's Investment. April 2006. Downtown Idea Exchange. (204 K pdf)

 

   
   

PRESENTATION on 12-8-2006. Measuring the Economic Benefits of Greening - Human Services. Keep America Beautiful 53rd National Conference (Orlando, FL) (3.6 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11-9-2006. Human Dimensions of Urban Ecology. University of Washington College of Forest Resources. Denman Speaker Series (Seattle, WA) (5.3 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 11-1-2006. Restoration Ecology(s): Integrating Human and Environmental Dimensions. University of Washington Botanic Gardens Seminar (Seattle, WA) (1.8 M pdf)

     
 

Mok, J-H., H. C. Landphair and J. R. Naderi. 2006. Landscape Improvement Impacts on Roadside Safety in Texas. Landscape and Urban Planning 78, 263-274. (660 K pdf)

 

   
  Dumbaugh, E. 2005. Safe Streets, Livable Streets. Journal of the American Planning Association 71, 3, 283-300. (5 M pdf)

 

   
   

PRESENTATION on 10-19-2006. Psychosocial Services Provided by Urban Ecosystems: Another Economic Valuation Approach. Annual Meeting of the Baltimore Ecosystem Studies (Baltimore, MD) (456 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-17-2006. Measuring the Economic Benefits of Greening - Human Services. Growing Greener Cities Symposium on Urban Environmental Issues in the 21st Century (Philadelphia, PA) (428 K pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 10-1-2006. Messages that Matter: Science, Information and Policy Change in Cities. International Society of Arboriculture, Pacific Northwest Chapter: Annual Training Conference (Redmond, WA) (1.1 M pdf)

     
   

PRESENTATION on 9-15-2006. Urban Forestry Research Update and Making the Case for Trees. OR & WA Community Tree Management Institute - Graduate Seminar (Salem, OR) (3.6 M pdf)

     
    PRESENTATION on 9-14-2006. Trees are Good for Business!
City of Corvallis Parks and Recreation Department (Corvallis, OR) (4.2 M pdf)
     
    PRESENTATION on 9-14-2006. Psychological Benefits of Urban Trees, Plants and Nature.
International Northwest Parks and Recreation Association (INPRA) 2006 Conference (Corvallis, OR) (4.1 M pdf)
     
    PRESENTATION on 9-7-2006. We're All Connected: Working Together for Green Communities.
Joint Annual Meeting of Tennessess Urban Forestry Council, APA & ASLA, Nashville (8.6 M pdf)
     
    PRESENTATION on 9-7-2006. Design Alternatives in Business Districts.
Joint Annual Meeting of Tennessess Urban Forestry Council, APA & ASLA, Nashville (4.1 M pdf)
     
  Study Finds Transportation Policy Regarding Trees Outdated. The Forestry Source, August 2006, Vol. 11, No. 8, p. 13. (6.3 M pdf)
     
    PRESENTATION on 7-31-2006. Trees and the Roadside Environment: Designing for People, Context and Urban Economics.
Transportation Research Board Mid-Year Meeting, Tacoma WA (7.4 M pdf)
     
 

Wolf, K. L. and N. J. Bratton. 2006. Urban Trees and Traffic Safety: Considering U.S. Roadside Policy and Crash Data. Arboriculture and Urban Forestry 32, 4, 170-179. (180 K pdf)

 

   
 

Managing the Forests Where We Live: An Assessment of Washington State Cities - Fact Sheet 19 (436 K pdf)

 

   
    PRESENTATION on 6-6-2006. Urban Forestry, Technology Transfer, and Public Ideas.
International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (1.6 M pdf)
     
    PRESENTATION on 5-11-2006. Economic Benefits of Trees.
Urban Forestry Summit, Houston TX (1.7 M pdf)
     
    PRESENTATION on 3-24-2006. The Value of Trees in Cities: Retail and Region, It's About Scale. Callison Architecture Inc., Seattle WA. (7.3 M pdf)
     
    PRESENTATION on 3-15-2006. Urban Nature and Human Health.
Greening the City, Partners for Livable Places, San Diego CA. (6.2 M pdf)
     
    PRESENTATION on 3-13-2006. Trees are Good for Business: A Research Review.
City of Poulsbo, Poulsbo Tree Board, Poulsbo WA. (6.2 M pdf)
     
    PRESENTATION on 3-7-2006. A National Research Plan for Urban Forestry - 2005 to 2015.
USDA Forest Service Research Futures Workshop, Baltimore, MD. (4.4 M pdf)
     
    PRESENTATION on 2-28-2006. Trees for the People: A Research Program on the Human Dimensions of Urban Forestry. Graduate Seminar, Purdue University, Department of Forestry and Natural Resources. (5.1 M pdf)
     
    PRESENTATION on 2-27-2006. Urban Forestry in Other Nations. ISA Student Chapter, Purdue University, Department of Forestry and Natural Resources. (4.3 M pdf)
     
    PRESENTATION on 2-27-2006. The Forests Where We Live: Benefits and Values of Urban Trees. Guest Lecture - FNR498U, Purdue University, Department of Forestry and Natural Resources. (10.2 M pdf)
     
    PRESENTATION on 2-27-2006. The Forests Where We Live: Benefits and Values of Urban Trees. Indiana Cooperative Extension Service, Statewide Videoconference Broadcast. (8.6 M pdf)
     
  Wolf, K. 2006. CONCEPT PAPER: Human Services Provided by Urban Forests: Economic Valuation Opportunities. (32 K pdf)
     
 

Youth and Urban Forestry Work: studies of developmental benefits - Fact Sheet (96 K pdf)

 

   
 

Wolf, K. L. 2006. Assessing Public Response to the Freeway Roadside: Urban Forestry and Context Sensitive Solutions, Paper 06-1586. Proceedings of the 85th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board (January 22-26, 2006). Washington D.C.: Transportation Research Board of the National Academies of Science. (1.1 M pdf)

 

   
    PRESENTATION on 1-23-2006. Public Response to Freeway Roadsides and the Urban Forest. Transportation Research Board Annual Conference, Washington D.C. (1.8 M pdf)
     
    PRESENTATION on 1-19-2006. Human Benefits of Urban Nature and Trees. Florida Nursery, Growers and Landscape Assoc., TPIE Short Course. Ft. Lauderdale, Fl. (3.4 M pdf)
     
 

Wolf, K. L. 2005. Business District Streetscapes, Trees And Consumer Response. Journal of Forestry, 103, 8, 396-400. (608 K pdf)

 

   
 

Wolf, K. L. 2005. Trees In the Small City Retail Business District: Comparing Resident and Visitor Perceptions. Journal of Forestry, 103, 8, 390-395. (604 K pdf)

 

   
  Cutler, J. E. 2005. Reclaiming Trees. Urban Land 64, 11/12:112-117. (5.3 M pdf)
     
 

Zeigler, A. J. 1986. Guide to Management of Roadside Trees. Report FHWA-IP-86-17. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). Washington D.C. (3.1 M pdf)

 

   
 

1987. Guidelines for Tree Planting and Maintenance on Urban Roads. Traffic Authority of New South Wales, AUS. 39 pp. (3.8 M pdf)

 

   
 

2002. Beautiful Roads: A Handbook of Road Architecture. Danish Road Directorate, Ministry of Transport, Denmark. (2.5 M pdf)

     

 

 
 

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updated 18 September 2017