TREE INVENTORY SUMMARY REPORTFremont, California, USA
Having a healthy, diverse urban forest can provide many benefits to residents as well as the ecosystem. In addition to being aesthetically pleasing, trees also provide a number of ecosystem services for the City. For example, they scrub the air of pollutants, slow the release of stormwater runoff into the watershed, filter stormwater, provide oxygen, reduce energy costs, provide shade, and offer habitat and food for wildlife.
Trees in urban environments not only contribute services to the City, but also provide residents with invaluable green space and health benefits. Proximity to green space has been linked to better mental health (Barton, et al. Environmental Science & Technology, 2010) as well as increases in social connections (Holtan, et al. Environment and Behavior, 2014) and physical wellbeing (Takano, Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 2002).
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Tree Inventory Summary Report
Top Species: Chinese pistache
Number of Trees Inventoried
trees in “good” condition