Curio XYZ is a fantastic resource for collecting and sharing data about our trees and green spaces. It can be used by anybody and you don't need to be an expert to use it. I started using Curio XYZ back in 2015 whilst I was volunteering for the RSPB and use it almost every day. It's main function is to map trees and record their health, height and other features. Using the app has made my research much easier and helps others to learn about our trees and green spaces. Curio XYZ can be accessed via a web interface as well an app which opens things up greatly. If you love trees and want to get involved lookup Curio XYZ in the Apple or Google Play store or visit their site.
Exeter Trees profile on Curio XYZ can be found here.
Pod Cast with Curio XYZ and SciStarter can be found here.