Learn about Central Texas trees and how to care for them through our diverse program of classes, workshops, and strolls. 

Tree ID Strolls 
– TreeFolks’ fun, friendly, and free Tree ID strolls aim to teach people how to identify the trees we see around us every day. Learn more about our strolls here.  See the schedule and descriptions of upcoming strolls on our Events page. If you want to volunteer as a Tree ID Docent and lead a stroll, please sign up below.

Urban Forest Workshops – Looking for more advanced tree learning opportunities? We partner with local professionals to offer advanced topic and creative workshops, including advanced arboriculture strolls and urban forest art classes. To learn about upcoming workshops, visit our events page and register for workshops here.

Tree Climbing – TreeFolks offers hybrid outdoor adventure and tree education activities, including bike rides and, starting in 2018, recreational tree climbs. See schedule and descriptions of upcoming adventures on our events page and sign up to attend below. Learn more about our adventures here.

Urban Forest Steward – This course empowers Central Texans to care and advocate for the forests in their communities and wildlands through classroom, experiential, and service learning. We host our Urban Forest Stewards course annually from October to April. The current course concludes in April 2018. Please check here for more details for the next Urban Forest Stewards course offering.