The Urban Forestry Index (UFind) is a searchable database to popular and research-oriented publications and other media of urban forestry and arboricultural interest. The content of the database is supplied in cooperation with US Forest Service, University of Minnesota and Treelink and includes many full-text documents. Browsing categories include subject, format and regional options.
In instances when full-text is not available through the database (usually journal articles), consult local library holdings and/or request assistance from Steenbock librarians. Use the MadCat catalog for locating books or documents; use Find It for locating journal articles.
If the item is not available from campus libraries, the libraries can obtain a copy for you (at no charge to you) from another institution. Place a request via Library Express (ILL) for non-campus items.