S2E3 — Ben Seamark and Tom Davey on Why Data-Driven Decision Making Makes Money Grow on Trees

September 15, 2021

I speak with Ben Seamark and Tom Davey on their data-driven approach to tree care.

This week, I am joined by Ben Seamark and Tom Davey, founders of Forestree, a tree management software system built to help cities plan, manage and grow urban trees, to discuss their approach on fusing urban forestry with data science, why a lack of data has led officials (and citizens) to structurally undervalue urban forests, and how data can help make better planning decisions.

Produced by Studio Noord Gestoord.

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