TreeFolks coordinates with local community partners to provide environmental volunteer opportunities to plant and care for trees on public lands, parks, and preserves.
NeighborWoods is a partnership between TreeFolks and the City of Austin to lower summer temperatures and reduce energy consumption by investing in tree canopy cover for Austin area neighborhoods.
Our historic effort to replant 61 miles of the flood-damaged Blanco River. Trees for the Blanco is a partnership between TreeFolks, Hays County, and other committed community partners.
Tree ID Walks, Citizen Science Training, Certified Arborist Trainings, and workshops for all ages.
A groundbreaking program in partnership with Bastrop County working to heal the Lost Pines Ecosystem by providing reforestation services to affected private landowners.
Eating a diet rich in fresh produce promotes optimal health, but many lack access to such foods. Planting fruit trees in publicly accessible places offers an easy, low cost way to increase the availability of healthy foods.
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