Urban Forestry

Urban Forestry

Bring people together in your neighborhood to plant trees for the benefit of your community and the environment.

How to get involved

Time: You'll need 2-3 hours each week to get your team together, to create a project plan, to reach an agreement with your property owner and to plan your planting day. Your planting day will be one full day (in early fall).

Here you'll find the information you need to organize a tree planting in your local neighborhood. The Arizona Sustainability Alliance can help you to select appropriate trees, organize your tree planting day and advise you on the ongoing maintenance of your trees. You can apply for funding to cover the cost of your trees, tools and your tree planting day - available funding is $4,000 - which will cover approximately 25 trees.

5 Steps
Who?
Eleanor O'Sullivan joined Trees for Communities a Urban Forestry group 4 months ago
Vangie Cazares joined Urban Forestry Chicago a Urban Forestry group 10 months ago
nancy p stahl joined SF Cottontail Trails Wildlife Pond a Urban Forestry group 11 months ago
nancy p stahl joined Fountain Hills Urban Forest Project a Urban Forestry group 11 months ago
Allyn Wright joined Fountain Hills Urban Forest Project a Urban Forestry group 11 months ago
Nathalie Mathew followed Urban Forestry about 1 year ago
Erin Knox followed Urban Forestry over 1 year ago
Ashley White followed Urban Forestry over 1 year ago
Bekah Cuka followed Urban Forestry over 1 year ago
Ethan Greene followed Urban Forestry over 1 year ago
Jeny Davis joined Fountain Hills Urban Forest Project a Urban Forestry group 12 months ago
Jennie Wolfe followed Urban Forestry over 1 year ago
Gregory Cooper followed Urban Forestry over 1 year ago
Erik Playe followed Urban Forestry over 1 year ago
Skyler Dunfey followed Urban Forestry over 1 year ago
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