- Plant selection
- CU-Structural Soil™
- ‘Scoop and Dump’ soil remediation
- Community forestry
- Recommended Urban Trees – Access through Woody Plants Database. Print on demand.
- CU-Structural Soil® – A Comprehensive Guide – 56 page publication covers the why’s and how’s of using CU-Structural Soil® to support trees, turf and porous pavement.
- The State of the Elms on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.: Tree and Soil Conditions – UHI study conducted at the request of the National Park Service to examine the current conditions of the historic trees and soils on the National Mall. View final report and recommendations in The State of the Elms on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.: Operations and Maintenance Guide.
- Routledge Handbook of Urban Forestry – Features two chapters by Nina Bassuk, Site assessment: the key to sustainable urban landscape establishment and Design options to integrate urban tree root zones and pavement support within a shared soil volume.
- Tree ID Guide for Common Urban Trees in New York State and the Northeast – Hard copy only. 76-page, fully illustrated guide helps people with little or no experience to identify common urban trees throughout the year. Trees are organized by common name and a simple visual glossary is included to point out important features. No online version. $18. (Order 10 or more and pay $16 each.) Order online. Enter total payment on the form and indicate number of copies in the Transaction Notes. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Cornell Guide for Planting & Maintaining Trees and Shrubs
- Pruning: An Illustrated Guide to Pruning Ornamental Trees and Shrubs
- Know Your Trees – Update of classic includes identification keys, descriptions of 50 common native trees. Also available in as 7.2 MB .pdf file.
- The Sustainable Landscapes Trail – Highlights the sustainable design and ecosystems services of green infrastructure across the Cornell campus. Features bioswales, CUSoil plantings, open spaces, natural areas, and more.
- ‘Urban Eden’ plant walks – Topical walks on campus for students in Creating the Urban Eden: Woody Plant Selection, Design, and Landscape Establishment (PLHRT/LA 4910/4920).
- Stewart Park Tree Tour– Use your mobile device to access information via QR codes for 22 trees in this City of Ithaca park on the south shore of Cayuga Lake.