For what you can do as an individual or business, please see our “What Can You Do?” page. The following are external resources, gathered here for convenience only, to provide additional background information on the topic of landscape in Hartford:

Hartford-Specific Resources:

Regional/State Resources:

  • Connecticut Urban Forest Council: Statewide organization that provides advice, education, information, and support to urban and community forestry professionals, municipal, state and corporate leaders, and volunteers.
  • Protecting Neighborhood and Other Roadside Trees (2014): Connecticut Fund for the Environment report compiling best practices from municipalities across the state regarding tree management.
  • DEEP Forestry: Summary of the Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection’s (DEEP) programs within the Division of Forestry and pertinent items of interest.
  • Connecticut Forest & Park Association: Organization dedicated to connecting people to the land in order to protect forests, parks, walking trails, and open spaces in Connecticut for future generations.
  • UConn Extension – Forestry Program: Provides education in an effort to improve the health, care, diversity, and management of Connecticut’s trees and forests.