Welcome to TreePennsylvania, the Pennsylvania Urban and Community Forestry Council.

TreePennsylvania is a state-wide, non-profit organization dedicated to nurturing forests throughout Pennsylvania’s urban landscape.

Fall 2021 Bare Root Tree Grant Term Underway!

Thank you to communities who submitted applications for our Fall 2021 Bare Root Tree Grant term. We received 39 applications requesting over 650 trees – our largest request to date. Due to funding restrictions, we are not able to accept new applicants at this time.

For more information about our Bare Root Tree grant program, please visit our grant page.

//updated October 11, 2021//

Fall 2021 Bare Root Tree Grant Term Announced!

We are pleased to announce the upcoming Fall 2021 Bare Root Tree Grant term. For more information, please visit our Bare Root Tree page for a link to the required information webinar, timeline, and more.

If your community is interested in the grant program, or has questions, please contact Jessica Cavey, Program Director (grants@treepennsylvania.org -or- 717.599.8650).

// updated July 12, 2021 //

IN THE NEWS : Trees are Superheroes!

Did you see this recent article in the New York Times about the intersection of climate change and larger canopy trees?

// updated July 3, 2021 //

2021 **TreeVitalize grant funding?

We’ve received many inquiries concerning available funding for 2021 projects through the TreeVitalize grant program. The PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, funder of TreeVitalize, has chosen to move this established grant program “in house” resulting in a temporary suspension of funding opportunities while their staff prepare the new program.  We apologize for this inconvenience.

** Please note, TreePennsylvania continues to provide a seasonal Bare Root Tree grant program for seasonal plantings.  Please visit our Bare Root Tree page for more information.

// updated April 17, 2020 //

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