Texas Trees Foundation Brochure

Learn more about the Texas Trees Foundation in our organizational brochure! Since 1982, Texas Trees Foundation has championed the transformation of North Texas landscapes. In our neighborhoods, parkways, medians, schools and other open public spaces, we plant large trees to shade and beautify our environment, and to comfort our cities and people. Developing and protecting […]

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Urban Heat Island Management Study

SEE REPORT Texas Trees Foundation’s Urban Heat Island Management Study from August 2017 is a year-long study of the impacts and implications of air temperatures at the neighborhood level. Most notable among them: Dallas is heating up faster than every city in the country except for Phoenix. The Urban Heat Island Management study and ensuing report was […]

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Urban Streetscape Master Plan Southwestern Medical District

SWMD Plan SWMD Brochure Rooted in the City of Dallas for more than a century, the Southwestern Medical District (SWMD) is a premier medical center surrounded by active communities. Just three miles from downtown Dallas, the District is the heart of the city’s regional healthcare network and the site of significant social and economic opportunities. […]

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Dallas Urban Forest Master Plan

Growing and Maintaining Dallas’ Tree Canopy It’s a simple fact that trees are good. It’s also a fact that trees in cities just don’t happen by chance, except the Trinity Forest. The reality that the City of Dallas has a natural forest, and a built urban forest is remarkable. But we’ve come to a crossroads; […]

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State of the Dallas Urban Forest Report

SEE REPORT Dallas’ urban forest is comprised of the individual trees and groves in and around the places we live, work and play. Urban forest assessment provides a baseline from which to measure changes, trends and outcomes. Sound urban forest management includes tree maintenance, policy development and budgetary decisions – based upon understanding the current […]

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