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Trees are a vital component of the ecosystem - especially in a city. They filter stormwater, reduce air pollution and greenhouse gases, help save energy, increase property values, provide wildlife habitat, improve public safety, and benefit human health. San Francisco’s urban forest includes about 669,000 trees, covering 12 percent of the City's surface area.

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The official list of San Francisco Landmark Trees, last updated Oct 2014
Management of San Francisco’s urban forest is divided among many stakeholders who provide direct...
Management of San Francisco’s urban forest is divided among many stakeholders who provide direct...
Management of San Francisco’s urban forest is divided among many stakeholders who provide direct...

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The official list of San Francisco Landmark Trees, last updated Oct 2014
Management of San Francisco’s urban forest is divided among many stakeholders who provide direct...
Management of San Francisco’s urban forest is divided among many stakeholders who provide direct...
Management of San Francisco’s urban forest is divided among many stakeholders who provide direct...
This handy guide is based of the Urban Forestry Council’s Recommended Street Tree List. It helps...
This handy guide is based of the Urban Forestry Council’s Recommended Street Tree List. It helps...
This handy guide is based of the Urban Forestry Council’s Recommended Street Tree List. It helps...
Nomination form for San Francisco's Landmark Tree Program.
Completed in 2003, the Street Tree Analysis provided structure and environmental services data for...
The Street Tree Action Plan was developed by the Urban Forestry Council
Annual Urban Forest Report for fiscal year July 1, 2009- June 30, 2010.