Additional Resources

Educational Resources

  • Hamilton Urban Forestry Story Map - learn about the many different species and cultivars that make up Hamilton's urban forest. This story map includes detailed descriptions, pictures, and maps of where individual species/cultivars can be found around town.
  • Tree Poster - follow the QR codes to learn about specific tree species approved for planting in public rights-of-way and city-owned green spaces.
  • Hamilton’s Street Tree Resource - The City of Hamilton manages 14,163 street, park, and golf course trees in public rights-of-way and City-owned green spaces. There are additional unmanaged trees located within rights-of-way, such as natural areas and privately planted trees. This urban forest resource analysis focused on the 14,163 managed trees.
  • Ohio Tree IDThe City of Hamilton Urban Forestry and the ODNR are partnering to teach you how to identify and gain appreciation for some of Ohio's common trees. We will focus on one tree species over a period of two weeks so you can become familiar with that tree species. We encourage you to share your own photos and ID tips and tag us with @OhioTreeID. Alyssa Davis, Whitney Hinton, and Wendi Van Buren are excited to share with you their passion for trees. Thank you for joining us on this adventure!
  • Pollinator Poster - follow the QR codes to learn what trees to plant to attract specific pollinators.
  • Birds, Butterflies/Moths, Insect Pests & Diseases Poster - follow the QR codes to learn about birds, butterflies and moths that depend on trees, as well as insect pests and diseases of trees.
  • Trees Are Good - brought to you by the International Society of Arboriculture
  • USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Plants Database - standardized information about the vascular plants, mosses, liverworts, hornworts, and lichens of the U.S. and its territories
  • Urban Forestry Poster