Urban Forestry

Service: Hedonic modeling

Research Areas: Housing & Community Development, Land Use & Environment

Many believe that urban forests everywhere are valued by residents, but it is sometimes difficult for policymakers to make decisions to apply monetary resources to urban forests since there is no explicit monetary value assigned to this by citizens. In response, in 2006, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources contracted with CUPE to estimate the premium that residents are willing to pay for greener, healthier vegetation.

Seth Payton
  • Seth Payton
  • Assistant Professor
Greg Lindsey
  • Greg Lindsey
Drew Klacik
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