This poster discusses how Criteria and Indicators (C&I) for success in sustainable urban forest management, first outlined by Clark et al. (1997), can be successfully applied as tools to improve Strategic Urban Forest Management planning. It presents updates and modifications to the original tables, developed by van Wassenaer, Kenney and Satel (in press) to improve their application in strategic planning. A case study demonstrates how C&I were used to evaluate current management practices in the Town of Oakville, Ontario. This poster also outlines the strategic planning framework used in the preparation of the Oakville Plan, and presents it as a model applicable to any size of community interested in sustainably managing its urban forest resources.
Kenny, W Andrew; van Wassenaer, Philip J.; and Satel, Alexander
"Sustainable Urban Forest Management Planning Using Criteria and Indicators,"
Cities and the Environment (CATE):
1, Article 16.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/cate/vol3/iss1/16