The evidence is in: Urban trees improve air and water quality, reduce energy costs, and improve human health, even as they offer the benefit of storing carbon. And in cities across the country, [...]
30 years ago, the founders of TreeFolks hatched a simple plan and it worked “In December 1988, six friends crouched around a bonfire on a large farm near Cedar Park. Austinites Ken Gaede, [...]
This week’s blog post is contributed by Suzannah DesRoches, Urban Forest Programs Manager. It’s sometimes hard for me to align the recognition of the passing of time with the feeling of [...]
Although it was rainy and cold enough to challenge humans on the morning of Thursday, December 7, it was perfect weather for planting trees to shade playgrounds! Thirty volunteers from NXP and [...]
All of our volunteers are wonderful, but some of our volunteers are super! These are our Volunteer Supervisors – volunteers who receive extra training and then lead smaller groups of volunteers [...]
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