Along with its biannual newsletter, URI collaborates on a variety of reports, manuals, working papers, and environmental education curricula, all listed below.



Urban Issues, Fall 2015

November 2015

Peer Reviewed Publication

Working Paper

#51 Wooster Square Park Cherry Tree Management Plan

March 2011

Max Piana, Chris Ozyck

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#50 Invasive Plants in Beaver Ponds Park, New Haven, Connecticut: Origins, Impacts and Management Options

February 2006

Colleen Sullivan, Tenley Wurglitz

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#47 Health and Community Based Urban Residential Restoration: An investigation into the utility of the traditional epidemiological approach

May 2000

Alexis Dinno

#45 Community Greenspace 1999: The Fifth Year of Neighborhood Planting Efforts

March 2000

URI Staff

#46 Strategies for Restoring Vacant Land: an analysis of Northeast Cities, with recommendations for New Haven

January 2000

Rodger Taylor

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#44 The Heart of the City: Report on Open Space Projects and Opportunities in the Dwight Neighborhood.

March 1999

URI Staff

#41 Factors Impacting the Community Management of Urban Open Space: An Analysis of Three Restoration Projects in New Haven, Connecticut.

January 1998

Leigh Shemitz, Julie Herbst

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#39 The New Haven Street Tree Inventory: Final Report on the Spring 1998 Pilot Project

January 1998

Jonathan Wagar

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#38 TreeWatch: New Haven's Community Tree Stewardship Program.

January 1997

URI Staff

#37 Restoring Neighborhood Open Spaces: Report on Community Greenspace Program '97.

January 1997

URI Staff

#36 A Pond Ecosystem Curricula Guide for Interactive, Interdisciplinary, Experiential Environmental Education: Expanding the Edgewood Model.

January 1997

Jennifer Yelin, Susan Swensen

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#35 Community Greenspace Project: Beautification Report, 1996.

January 1996

URI Staff

#33 1995 Urban Resources Initiative Status Report: Six Years of Community Forestry in Baltimore.

January 1995

James Jiler

#32 Community Service Learning and Environmental Education in New Haven: A Report on the 'Learn and Serve' Program, Spring 1995.

January 1995

David Ganz, Cami Kloster

#31 Replant, Restore, Reclaim: Community Building in New Haven

January 1995

Colleen Murphy-Dunning, Leigh Shemitz, Cami Kloster, Megan Ryan

#30 Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine: A Comparative Study of Variations in Perceptions and Behaviors of National Park Unit Visitors from the Baltimore Region.

January 1995

Jennifer Aley, William R. Burch Jr.

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#26 Adaptive, Process-Oriented Management Plan for the Marble Hill Historic District, Baltimore, Maryland

January 1995

E. Lloyd Raleigh

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#24 Fort McHenry National Monument: 
School Field Trip and Survey Report.

January 1994

Jennifer Aley, William R. Burch Jr.

#22 The Summer Urban Resources Initiative '94: Report and Recommendations

January 1994

Elizabeth Galli-Noble, Mary Mackey

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#21 The Dirt on Environmental Discrimination: A Study Comparing Heavy Metal Concentrations in Soils Between High and Low-Income Neighborhoods in New Haven, CT

January 1994

Kate Bickert, Danielle Kaplan

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#8 Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine Market Study.

January 1992

Shawn Dalton, William R. Burch Jr., Morgan Grove, Jenny Aley

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The Guide to New Haven's Trees

January 2011

Available in English or Spanish with any $25 or more donation to URI. (Send checks with a request for the book to: URI, 195 Prospect Street, New Haven, CT 06511.) This book is protected by US and International Copyright Laws, and may not be copied, reprinted, published, translated, or otherwise distributed by any means without explicit permission.

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