Advancing from Reactive to Proactive Tree ManagementFewer tree failures. More efficient work scheduling. Healthier tree populations.
Fewer tree failures. More efficient work scheduling. Healthier tree populations. Budgets that are easier to justify.
There are abundant upsides to proactive tree management.
Many urban forestry programs wish they could spend more of their time on pre-planned work and less time solving the latest on-demand complaint. However, the realities of time, money, and personnel seem to confine that goal as purely hypothetical. This guide, developed in partnership with PlanIT Geo’s Australia Software Partner Ben Kenyon, makes the case for why proactive tree management is worth pursuing and lays out a framework for how to get there, including:
- Initiating the transition with a tree inventory
- Building a risk-based maintenance plan
- Prioritizing work beyond risk
- Examples of proactive management in practice
If you’re ready to advance your program to greater proactivity, this is the guide for you.
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