Become a steward of our urban forests with Trees Atlanta’s TreeKeepers’ Certification Program

Trees Atlanta’s TreeKeeper Certification Program presents Atlanta residents with a training opportunity to expand and gain specialized knowledge about trees and tree care to help protect our urban forests.

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Georgia Grove encourages individuals and communities to “plant your legacy” and increase Atlanta’s tree canopy

Georgia Grove is a part of American Grove – a country-wide project to plant trees to combat our shrinking urban tree canopies.

Growing Edgewood’s urban forest with over 50 native trees planted by Trees Atlanta

Tree planting of native Georgia trees in Edgewood increases Atlanta’s urban tree canopy and improves our air quality. If you’re interested in volunteering with Trees Atlanta, please visit http://www.TreesAtlanta.org for more info!

Help make rain barrels with Trees Atlanta’s NeighborWoods projects!

Help make rain barrels with Trees Atlanta’s NeighborWoods projects!

Volunteers needed for the Atlanta BeltLine Earth Day clean-up!

Atlanta BeltLine volunteers needed!

Thanks for making our city a little greener, Trees Atlanta – one tree at time!

Another planting by Trees Atlanta, this time on Cleburne Terrace in Poncey-Highland!

Trees Atlanta plantings along the BeltLine and in Morningside this weekend

Volunteer with Trees Atlanta this weekend in the West End for the BeltLine Arboretum or in Morningside in the heart of intown Atlanta!

Fernbank Science Center’s annual Arbor Day Tree Sale coming up on February 21st!

Fernbank Science Center Arbor Day tree sale 2009!

Clyde Shepherd Nature Preserve February work day in Decatur, GA

Join the residents of Medlock Park for a monthly clean-up at Clyde Park Nature Preserve!

Inman Park’s Tree Huggers Ball coming up this Saturday, February 7th!

Inman Park & Trees Atlanta present the 2009 Tree Huggers’ Ball at the Trolley Barn!