There are many landowners who have significant populations of trees under their management, such as housing associations, universities, zoos, botanical gardens and many others. For each, the tree population they manage is important in providing a range of services of a primary or secondary nature. In some cases, such as botanical gardens, knowledge of the tree population is likely to be quite detailed. However, in others, such as housing associations, the knowledge is likely to be confined to operational detail.
Treeconomics strives to fill in the knowledge gaps appropriate to each individual client. We do this by developing an understanding of the tree population being managed. This may include an analysis of an existing tree inventory, and an examination of population diversity and ecosystem service provision.
An increased knowledge of a tree population allows for the development of management plans designed to ensure the aims and objectives of the landowner are met. Such an understanding enables more informed communication between the landowner and their client, the development of appropriate educational materials, and scope for a well-managed, sustainable tree population which enhances the experience of both visitors and residents alike.
Treeconomics offers a variety of services to help you measure and manage your urban treescapes. We are the UK’s go-to organisation for the valuation of the urban forest, but we go much further than this. We help you to strategically manage your treescapes, making them sustainable into the future. Take a look at what we offer and, if you would like to speak to us, get in touch.
Whether you are in the office or out in the field, TreeKeeper is a user-friendly and versatile tool that allows you to access your tree data from any location with an internet connection.
It enables you to easily coordinate your team and plan work, engage with external contractors, manage calls and issue work orders.